Suzanne Doerge –  Rippling Waters

I am a creative writing facilitator, poet and author of a recently published book of poetry – Footfalls: Poems of the Camino. Having worked with women and youth from a diversity of cultures, religions/spiritualties and countries of origin, I am pleased to learn from writers of many backgrounds and walks of life, as we draw on our creativity to celebrate, heal and give back to each other and the Earth.

FootFalls Poems of the Camino Cover

The posts on this site were written on the traditional territory of the Anishinabe-Algonquin people. I thank Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island for traditional teachings on how to care for All our relations.

“…..Not just those who look like me, sing like me, dance like me, pray like me or behave like me. ALL my relations. That means every person just as it means every rock, blade of grass and creature. We live because everything else does.”
– Ojibway author and poet, Richard Wagamese, Embers