Child of God

I am naked in my beauty,

Glory where I stand,

With Sun’s light on my outside and

Spirit’s light within.


The heavens are my playground,

I ride the starry lands.

Jubilant with laughter,

I gallop cosmic sands.


The wind outside me whispers,

It blows when I cry out.

The horses from fields are calling

I am within; they are without.


Yet I am the grass they are eating,

I am the feet that walk

I am the nose that nibbles

The rounded back, the lifted hock—



All of Source flows through me

I am it and it is mine

The rug beneath my feet is me

The sun is my light, too,

All of light is Spirit and

All of Spirit, mine.

I echo the song of the children—they know I am Divine.


And all of this breath is in me

And gently it flows out

In the moon and the mist and the loving

As within; so without.

As within; so without.


About Alix Moore

Alix Moore is a soul healer, a soul teacher, and a powerful channel for the wisdom and healing of the Archangels. She is passionate about helping lightworkers learn and heal so that they can fully embody their god/dess selves and fulfill their missions to serve and support the evolution of planet. Connect with Alix at
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20 Responses to Child of God

  1. Alix Moore says:

    Thank you to Sara W, whose beautiful spirit and life journey inspired this poem. It feels as if 2011 will be the year of One; a year in which we celebrate the inter-connectedness of all things.
    In love and joy,

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  3. Pat Cegan says:

    I feel that I have always known you although I found you only today. Reading your work and personal history is like looking in a mirror. I want to know you better. Visit me on my blog or FaceBook…or both! I send you much Love and Light. pat
    FaceBook: Pat Cegan

  4. Kim Nelson says:

    So many wonderful images of our divinity! Here’s my contribution to Thursday Poets Rally:

  5. fiveloaf says:

    it is rare to read poems that look and sound like a poem nowadays.. thanks for sharing! here’s mine for this thursday..

  6. Jingle says:

    vivid and very fine tuned writing..

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  9. Divine 🙂
    A child of God indeed, very nice! Thank you!

  10. Bonita Jewel says:

    Beautiful thoughts of eternity and what we truly are–without and within–as a child of God. Lovely and heartfelt. Thank you for sharing it.

  11. Amen. Nice. Peaceful. Real.

    Happy Rally! 🙂

  12. some very beautiful imagery here 🙂 nice peaceful read…

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  13. Jingle says:

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    Please keep in mind to:

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  14. NotATameLion says:

    We are all expressions, given form, of limitless potential. Thanks for sharing this poem.

  15. LeiffyV says:

    The power of divinity and all of the things it is woven into is rather amazing. Fantastic write, glad to take the chance to read this piece, makes me feel a little more in tune!

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