The Dew Maiden a poem by Stephanie Pope for Mythopoetry Scholar Volume One January, 2010; publisher:
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The Dew Maiden
by Stephanie Pope

go with me
everything dew
rosy and pink is dawn
passed into morning
nothing will we do
nakedly: let us

share in the share
pass in the bird
dew into morning
fresh in the word

string to the fifth string
pun in the high note

swim with the wet wing
shed like a shell
tap to the rain stick
tipped to the long leaves
pass into morning
green from the corn

here's to the morning
green from the corn

Stephanie Pope
Author Bio

Cultural mythologer, Stephanie Pope continues her exploration in mythopoetics throughout literature and life as essayist, publisher and teacher. She teaches DreamWork & Musing Life on line through Published in numerous poetry journals which include the premier issues of Literary House and A Hudson View International, Stephanie received Pushcart Prize nominations for poetry in 2007, 2008 and 2009.

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Note: This edition of the collected poems of Stephanie Pope will no longer be available for purchase March 1, 2010

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Orion's Be(e): A Tale Retold
by Stephanie Pope

Frog Prince Revisited
by Stephanie Pope
-1st published in Tonight: An Anthology of World Love Poetry, © August, 2008 Poet's Printery, South Africa

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