Tenzing Poetry

Wandering messenger, Tenzing referred to herself as “poetic window,” thought-feelings recited whilst trekking high steppe, streams and forests beneath sun and cloud.  Legend relates she is of Mongol descent, tempestuous spirit, at times benevolent (“beautiful gaze”) or vindictive “thorn-mistress.”  By arm-raising songs and wind-blown ribbons, Tenzing is revered. Fingers on one hand, her poetry consists of five lines or five lines per stanza.  For now, that is all her verses reveal.   


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