Having Being’ Parts I, II & III stem from cultures’ creative contemplations: how we got here, how we interact, how we choose to be versus have. Being trumps having. Joan rollicks in verb conjugation rhythms which are laced throughout. ‘Instill and till those verses’. ‘Having Being’ evokes a dervish dance uncoiled to find our kernel.
When will I see myself As I truly am? Stripped down semblance; Serene, composed, tranquil. Turn, spin, revolve. Dizzy the coil. Obscure turmoil. Adapted from North Shore Writer’s Association Anthology ‘Still Running’, Rogue Literary Press, used with permission, all rights reserved, Joan Boxall, 2010