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Kiva at Chaco Canyon
by M. Miriam Herrera

Saturday, March 17, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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***A poem about visiting the Great Kiva at Chaco Canyon***


The kiva meditates on herself
On the roundness of the soul
On the eagle's circular vision.

Lie on your back, little girl—
Notice the sky! It's contained
In its own infinite funnel.

I know this kiva. We are old friends—
The mother we never had.
I recognize her! It's she
Who forces one toward the middle.

In the kiva there is only middle.

Looking out through her bald blue eye
It's me:
Looking in, looking out.   

Kiva at Chaco Canyon

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Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/18/2007
I've been to Chaco Canyon, and truly enjoyed the experience, as I did your poem.
Reviewed by Art Sun 3/17/2007
Nice work on this poem...a view of thought that leaves one viewing along with you.....

enjoyed.....Art Sun...
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 3/17/2007
Nice write...enjoyed this very much...welcome to the den!
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by H Cruz 3/17/2007
Kadiva a la kiva, thanx 4 sharing
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