January 9, 2014 by northerncardinalreview
Snow breathes in hushed layers, blurs with sleep garden stones, bare lilacs. Each flake singular, born of water, cloud, nothingness, merges to unveil a baptism of light, an indigo eulogy of shadow. In splintered dawn the land sighs: downdraft of the owl’s white wings.
Julie Hungiville LeMay was born in Buffalo, New York and moved to Alaska’s Matanuska Valley where she has lived, mainly in the town of Palmer, since 1978. Her poems have been published online and in literary journals including Passager, Bluestem, Pilgrimage, Lummox, and Cirque.. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles and serves as a poetry editor for their journal, Lunch Ticket.