read d. ellis phelps’ poetry online

naomi, only the ocotillo, and on a farm in brownsville in Poets and Dreamers: Dreamers and Displaced Issue, 2018, Anne Tammel, Ed.

rachmaninoff off key in Amethyst Review, Feb. 22, 2019, Sarah Law, Ed.

deluge in Amethyst Review, Jan. 28, 2019, Sarah Law, Ed.

Sixfold book cover summer 2013

“and the red oak spoke,” “this well,” “dawn,”through this cumulous,” & “. (          ) –wind” in Sixfold Poetry Summer 2013.

Sixfold book cover fall 2013

five poems, “i wake the night” in Sixfold Poetry Fall 2013.

“outside the cyclone fence” with artist’s eco-poetics statement in Poets for Living Waters. 

if all of us: individuals, priests, ministers, rabbis, gurus, healers, poets, and people of all faiths would turn our thinking away from rage and distress over the apparent problem in the ocean and literally, prayerfully send the energy of loving-kindness to the water, holding her in our thought in Light and claiming her wholeness by the power of All that is Holy, we could, on this physical plane, by the focus of our thought, change the chemical make-up of each crystal of water and help the ocean clean itself up.  Even better, if we gathered at her shores from all around the world en masse in this effort, we would make an even bigger impact toward her healing.

d. ellis phelps, 2010

“this poem is plenty” online with the San Antonio peaceCenter

Texas Poetry Calendar Book cover 2011

“on the lawn” in Texas Poetry Calendar, 2011

Metaphysical Expressions #3 Book Cover

“this mirror a monk teaching the dharma” in Metaphysical Expressions #3, p.65

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