Scot Slaby’s The Cards We’ve Drawn, Tarot Inspired Poems


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Poet Scot Slaby sent me a copy of his chapbook The Cards We’ve Drawn (Bright Hill Press, 2014) to read and I want to share it with all you tarot enthusiasts out there. I very much enjoyed it and read it through cover to cover several times. These are poems that can really tug on your heartstrings, even more so for the tarot enthusiast who can truly appreciate the depth of Slaby’s lines.

The first part of the book consists of 11 poems, each poem expressing one card and position in the Waite Celtic Cross spread. Of all signifiers, it’s the Knight of Cups. What is it with poets and the Knight of Cups? =) No, seriously. The Knight of Cups frequently appears in readings I do for poets.

If the first 11 poems of the book were to be configured into an actual CC spread, here’s what it would…

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I started this blog as my Tarot Card Journal. I'm going to explore Tarot as a Life me guidance through my life, leading me down the correct path. I feel a strong connection between the Tarot Cards and the Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

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