by Angela Hoffman
Tan, dull, pinhead fungi placed among the stagnant take their time in bringing forth life. The listless stop their ineffective feeding off themselves in their endless search for something more. Slowly, there is movement community feeding off of each other a life-giving breath bubbling into a holy, honest, whole. With spiritual simplicity, all are lifted, raised to be broken and shared once over.
Angela Hoffman lives in Wisconsin. Her poetry has appeared in Solitary Plover, Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets Museletter and calendar, Agape Review, Verse-Virtual, Visual Verse, and Your Daily Poem.com. Her first chapbook (Resurrection Lily, Kelsay Books) is scheduled for release in 2022. She committed to writing a poem a day during the pandemic. Spirituality and nature often inspire her poetry.