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a sunday evening deep breath...

liz lamoreux

gearhart self-portrait . june 20, 2011

in this moment,
find your breath
breathe in your life
and stand tall inside all that you know... 


i am simply delighted to share that i am a guest on kimberly wilson's tranquility du jour podcast this evening. listening to it again tonight, i am remembering how comfortable i felt sharing so honestly about inner excavation and the path that brought me to here and how i am letting go of this need to find balance in my life. i hope you will head over to kimberly's site to listen to the interview and peek in on all the incredible things that she is up to over there. i am so glad our paths have crossed; she is a gem. 


i am also happy to report that my first newsletter will be heading out into the world tomorrow. i will be sending one about once a month, and they will always include an invitation from me to pause where you are and be right here, along with little notes about the goings on in my corner of the world, including upcoming workshops, retreats, and other good things. the first newsletter will also include a special discount for my Etsy shop, so i hope you will sign up for it right here.

thank you for walking beside me on this journey...

audio interlude: a podcast on march 9, 2010

liz lamoreux


standing on my path in gearhart, oregon . february 2009


a first podcast: the one where i share about poetry readings in the bathtub and a few poets who speak to my soul as i walk on my path. (click on "bathtub poetry readings" below to hear it.)

references in this podcast:

the previous poem i wrote in 2006 is shared here
mary oliver's poetry: "something" in the collection Why I Wake Early: New Poems and "mornings at blackwater" from Red Bird
william stafford's poem "widow" from My Name Is William Tell
marge piercy's poem "to have without holding" from The Moon Is Always Female


bathtub poetry readings