stone paths the making of a pilgrim


8 Responses

  1. Ellen Grace Olinger Says:

    Wonderful, thank you

  2. Laura Maffei Says:


  3. Marilyn Hazelton Says:

    Lovely! The resonance in your poem is marvelous . . .

  4. Magyar Says:

    a pilgrim
    becomes this time worn path
    earth birth stone

    A humble senryu echo__ to complement. _m

  5. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    A solid poem that resonates.


  6. Pravat Says:

    A brilliant monostich!

  7. Alan Summers Says:

    stone paths the making of a pilgrim

    I feel this is both literal and an allegory perhaps. Perhaps we who walk rough hewn paths also tackle rough hewn problems straight on, wanting to be, if not a better person, a humbler one.

    Wonderful poem and something to read many many times over the year and into next year.
    slug paths
    do they see through
    the eyes of God?

    Alan Summers

    c.2.2. Anthology of short-verse
    ed. Brendan Slater & Alan Summers
    (Yet To Be Named Free Press 2013)

  8. joolo Says:

    pretty cool

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