The Sun Our Morning Star

The Sun Our Morning Star
The Sun Our Morning Star

The Sun Our Morning Star



Truck treads on pebble

early morning cumulus

parked on a shoulder.


Father by Hot Spring

yodel off the summit clean

time heads down the hill.


Glory of mornings

forget this world of sorrows

listen to bird song.


Splendid Alpine scene

Sierra peak near Washoe

to bike King’s Canyon.


A creek with tadpole

diamond dull ice melt water

a native alga.


This lost paradise

pearly gates of heaven blue

a place to call home.



A bird blood jacket

hand me down to wear this trip

grove near the creek side.


Hidden within Pine

a high ceiling log cabin

cut at a crossroads.


Impurities flow

downstream with a Rainbow Trout

search for purity.


Long rock braced switchbacks

a few more miles on this road

car coughing near grove.


Hard granite canyon

when the blue sky is Eastward

Zen Monks pray by wood.


Walk a thousand miles

land of Medicine Master

Old Man Medicine.



Park and pull the brake

boulder bank with leaping Trout

breath in water sounds.


Illusion of net

secret ancient medicine

under foot of trail.


Where the Eagles fly

out of sight but not of mind

within memory.


A view for the few

bare sunlight on these spaces

molded empty sky.

Collecting branches

to throw twigs into a bay

to create a nest.


Jacket bird blood stain

on old family hand me down

near trodden pebbles.



Wearing mountain hat

soft is the mountain sitter

old Coyote land.


A celestial moment

to birth in light of each star

from a pine seedling.


Purity in Pine

along the route of Rainbow

Trout in river home.


A thousand summers

strong like water that cuts sand

many shades of blue.


Pick Huckleberries

to make a bow of flowers

hung around our necks.


Walked million canyons

yodeled on many summits

listened to bird song.


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My name is Jamie Lee Hamann and I have a passion for writing short fiction and poetry. I started writing for TCE around 2015 and since then I have finished seven collections of poetry and plans for more. I currently live in Lemmon Valley NV with my family. If you desire to find my other work on the internet feel free to stop by my website The website offers articles on poetry, poems, and links to all my other writing.

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