by Rachael Clyne
A red watering can rests in the greenhouse cobalt bounces off its plastic roof. Churr of birdsong shape and shadow skim soaring light Iona is calling On the ruined convent wall Sheela-na-Gig parts her labia displays our doorway to life Be like the watering can she says be a blank page I'll write you when I can.
Rachael Clyne is a Glastonbury-based psychotherapist, Goddess artist, writer and poet. Her self-help book, "Breaking the Spell - the Key to Recovering Self-esteem" (PSAvalon 2005) is available in Kindle and paperback. Her poetry has been published in magazines and anthologies and she has a collection, "She Who Walks with Stones and Sings" (PSAvalon 2006). Both books can be bought via Amazon, or from her website: www.rachaelclyne.com/, as can her powerful Goddess artwork. Her articles and poems appear on her public Facebook Page.
Latest posts by Rachael Clyne (see all)
- Explore Your Presence on the Island - 27th April 2017
- Other Mother - 27th April 2017
- Tour of Malta and Gozo, with Koko (Glastonbury) and Anna (Madrid), June 2011 - 17th August 2015