These dozen poems can read on screen or printed out individually and framed or put on your bulletin board to inspire you. They make great gifts, too. Framing the poem for your Chiron sign it is a nice way to keep your journey to wholeness in mind and in perspective. The other eleven poems make great gifts framed, too—or tools to better understand your partner, boss, kids, or that cranky neighbor. Each page contains a single, beautifully illustrated and poetic capsule of one of the Chiron signs. These are more than poems; each has an energy that poured through me in the creative and artistic process.
People can only heal themselves. A healer is someone who sets up an environment or energy that invites and supports the healing process.
Here’s an excerpt from Chiron in Scorpio:
Dots on the skyscape
Tsunami tears frozen
too distant to twinkle
From this abyss of disconnection
clusters of the lost
merge into galaxies
And a snippet from Chiron in Gemini:
My fragile mind
on the cusp of shattering
I long for a tribe
That speaks my language
I stand up for those who can’t speak up
Or speak out
You can enjoy Poems to Heal the Healer for only $5.95, delivered by e-mail as a PDF file. There are extras! An Introduction about Chiron in Pisces and the arts, an “About Chiron” section, and key words to encourage you to write your own Chiron poem(s) or to explore Chiron through other artistic avenues. See sidebar to order.
I am thrilled with this project, which combines my love of poetry and graphics while healing others and myself in the process. It was an honor to “channel” it. I’m still reverberating!
May Chiron in Pisces bring you much personal integration over the next nine years—and plenty of poems, music, dance and dreams.
Photo Credit: Hands Holding the Sun © Dumitru Andrei ~ Fotolia.com
About Joyce the Poet: Joyce Mason wrote poems for dozens of literary journals, primarily in the 1970s, and taught in California's Poetry in the Schools program. Two of her poems were recently accepted by Sacramento News & Review to appear on their cultural pages. She plans to publish her first poetry collection in 2010.