About Fresh Seeds

Aspens in a flooded meadow

If poetry seems an unfamiliar language,

try thinking of a poem as a meaningful dream,

or a person with whom you will certainly spend some time

to  become acquainted.

Do not be satisfied with reading a poem beginning to end;

read it again, in a loop, until it becomes round in your mind.

All photos on the site were made by me and are published under the Creative Commons License, non-commercial share:


Deborah Kelly

Poetry, narrative, and non-profit materials.

(publication and client lists on request)


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11 Responses to “About Fresh Seeds”

  1. Richard Kelly says:

    Good to be re-subscribed.

  2. Dar Gerber says:

    Looking forward to more “fresh seeds!”

  3. glenn tachiyama says:

    very nice! i love my arb too!

  4. How your poems and images satiate like the rain that is trying to burst forth on this warm day in the Chihuahuan desert; my own distress and tiredness of the fear and the patriarch that attempts to squelch the flowers I try to bring to birth…..
    GRACIAS for this freshness and reflection of your work that soothes my red eyes and makes me strong again.
    BEAUTIFUL and inspirational !!!

  5. Maria Walton says:

    Your words breathe life into many spirits. You touch many souls with truth, beauty, peace and inspiration.

  6. Mike Havenar says:

    This is a delightful blog.

  7. Mike Havenar says:

    I love your writing.

  8. Adrian says:

    ……. “we all write poems; it is simply that poets are the ones who write in words”
    John Fowles

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