This Time, Come Undone

A poem on surrendering to mystery and beauty — beyond the surface of patterns and routine.  (Image: JPlenio, Pixabay)  This time:Mark what is realbeyond surface sheen, beneath chatterdin of distant orbitsnot yet realized bound by habitand routine — missingthe wildgusts of galaxy dustalways swirlingmagic here.  Of course we should come undonein face of such beauty — force of gravity flash of loveso vasteach revolution between heartstoo full …

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When Fear Holds Greater Force than Love

A poem on choosing love, and forgiving the times we live in fear.  (Image: Rita E. on Pixabay)  When fear holdsgreater forcethan love,forgive.Recognize:we are either in loveor separated from love. Find out what is true. Each moment, fear or loveintegration or separationpulling closer or apartas if layer of skinpeeled awaytruly feel,come back to selfearth forming cradlelarge as lifeholding you right here. …

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Master of What?

A poem on cultivating the clearest version of ourselves. (Image: Brenkee, Pixabay) In life’s gardenmaster this:Germinationbringing forthall that is fruitful,fine-tuningcareful tendingslow, steady chordsof growth towards light. Reach newreference pointsto include the clearestmost uprightversion of self:wide awakehaving plumbed the depthsof soil and soul,the inner realmthat is also the outerreflection of lightreverberating in seeds and cellsand in …

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Where You Find Yourself is Always at the Center

A poem on pausing to savor and create.  (Photo: Pexels on Pixabay) Let the burn of lifeform you like a kiln.As clay to potter’s wheel,spin into each new shape. Pause in the formingsilencefinding yourselfalways at the centerbetween contracting and expanding,in breathout breath:the time to savor. Life’s transformative energy creates a thousandnew doorways(for you, here)transcending time and space, body and love,breaking heartbeyond nonsenseand noisemolding more …

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