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Blood to Ashes
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By Michelle Angelini
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Blood to Ashes



 


Knit a heart


Between two


Blood to blood


Shared to separate


Grow from and move away


Heartbeat to death


United in earth’s ashes


 




Note: Inspired by this sculpture seen at the Norton Simon Museum - Henry Moore (English, 1898-1986) – Family Group #1, 1948-1949


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Submitted: Thursday, May 22, 2008

Last Updated: Friday, March 11, 2011

About the Poet
Michelle Angelini, aka Chelle, has been writing poetry for over 40 years. She has been published in many Southern California chapbooks and calendars. I am retired and dealing with my health issues. My Saviour, Jesus is always with me. God holds me within His wings. I am working slowly on a second book poetry and possibly my photography. And, I'm over 65 now and still loving it, even though my social life is not what it once was because of the painful fibromyalgia. It's quite frustrating, but I know Jesus still has "work" for me to do to show how much He blesses me.


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