I Am the Song

I am the song of the sun,

I am the river of light,

I am the ancient wisdom,

I am the world put right.


I sing for the Earth we are growing,

A garden of our delight,

I chant our Spirit’s journey,

I dance within the light.


I am the song you are singing,

I am the water you drink,

I write our collective wisdom,

I write,

I write,

I write.

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15 Responses to I Am the Song

  1. Pat Cegan says:

    Another cookie gobbled up, but like a cow chewing her cud, I will savor this one for a long while. Simply wonderful! hugs, pat

  2. Becca Givens says:

    I love the format of your writing, Alix … provocative, honest, illicits a visceral response and yet soothing to the spirit … like cheering on a champion.

  3. Thank you, artfully crafted poem. A treasure to behold.

  4. Jingle says:

    love it,

    beautiful song 4 yourself.


  5. Ina says:

    Great, keep on writing 🙂

  6. redroom10 says:

    Write on! Very nice 🙂

  7. dan says:

    Yes, you do write and very well. I liked the flow and rhythm.

  8. bendedspoon says:

    nice and magical 🙂

  9. This was wonderful! I love the way it moves – dancing along in its own light!

  10. Reflections says:

    Love the flow to this piece. Well done.

  11. Scent of my heart says:

    Keep on writing. We’ll be here to read! Thank you!

  12. tigerbrite says:

    I like. You should set it to musical chant.

  13. Alix Moore says:

    Thanks, tigerbrite. I am not a musician. If you or someone else wants to do that, go for it. Just credit me for the words and share the finished product!
    Love your name-keep burning brightly!

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