poem by Bea Garth


Tides by Bea Garth copyright 2011 You unravel me with  your sweet persistent touch, I am swept up in the tides of the Universe there being no shore like the sands of the Moment to lose myself into guided by… Read More ›


by Bea Garth, copyright 2009 Awakening to myself perhaps for the first  time like a small child I get stronger with  each passing day while I morn what I missed my life blossoms, what sort of deal is this to… Read More ›


by Bea Garthcopyright 2008 If I were meand you were youwhat would we do?Would we laugh and crygive each other our hearts and swear not to die,if I were meand you were you? Instead we pace and stumblebeing ever so… Read More ›


by Bea Garthcopyright 2008 The clock is tickingdeath approachesI breathe in deeplythe universe bathes my heartwhile a dog barks from across the creek.I do battlepersistent and slowas a snaileating the lettuce and even the marigolds,my trail a silver threadreflecting the… Read More ›


by Bea Garth, copyright 2008 Speak and I will run,come softly.‘Though it draws meI am afraid of the fire.Like a pumaI must think I am unseen,a few yards behind your reachin the darkness, amongst the trees.I must know that you… Read More ›


(musings in the clay sculpture studio)By Bea Garth, copyright 2008 Today the clay under my fingers sangat long lastrighting the arms and shouldersof this Toltec like sculptureputting on ears and a bit more masson the back of his headseeing how… Read More ›