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Poetry of the Season: Winter

December 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm CST

Poetry is not only dream and vision; it is the skeleton architecture of our lives. It lays the foundations for a future of change, a bridge across our fears of what has never been before. –Audre Lorde

Immerse Yourself in the Wisdom of Poetry of the Season and Pen the Words Your Soul Longs to Share at this Time.

A Quarterly Gathering that invites poetry to help us connect more fully to the seasons. How can poetry help us attend to and articulate our experience of each season and the concerns of the timeDrop below the surface of events to listen for personal meaning and feeling.

Join one of our passionate-about-poetry experienced facilitators each season to nourish your soul. Each session will include poetry and wisdom attuned for what is alive in our community and that offer insight or an invitation into the season. Our time together includes silence, reading poetry, personal reflection, and invitations to write and share.

Poetry in community gives us the opportunity to reconnect with our authentic selves, to be witnessed by others, and to bear witness for others. No prior experience reading or writing poetry is required. Sharing your thoughts and writing is always by invitation.

Come join us for this respite for the spirit, food for the soul, gift for the heart that time immersed in poetry can bring!    


Tuesday evening, December 13th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm Central with Martha Ward


Virtual via Zoom, (Details emailed prior to event)



$25 per session


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Poetry of the Season: FALL
Wednesday evening, September 14th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm Central with Julie Bowman
$ 25.00
15 available
Poetry of the Season: WINTER
Tuesday evening, December 13th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm Central with Martha Ward
$ 25.00
15 available



Martha Ward

Passionate about poetry, Martha Ward participates in eight poetry groups each month and facilitates groups online twice monthly as well. Martha finds “writing poetry provides me a way of discovering the healing words within me that I’ve longed for.” She notes, “Poetry fits in like a welcome friend who listens to what others have to say and affirms each has been heard.” She seeks to model her experience each time she listens to another share their poems. A sixth generation Austinite, when not immersed in poetry, Martha gratefully enjoys time with her daughter, siblings, and friends.

Poetic Influences from Martha’s work life include teaching children with special ed needs at a residential school; acting in community theaters, public relations at Washington National Cathedral; conducting community workshops for volunteers in welfare reform, healthy marriages/healthy relationships and for Refugee Affairs, as well as developing facilitation skills & practice through Poetry a Tool for Wellness.


December 13
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm CST
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