Monthly Archives: March 2012
My incandescent self Knew god Knew nothing of god Believed in my own worth Wept salt tears of shame Advertisements
I surrender my ego Into the pool of spirit I surrender my mind Into the hand of god
Oh, carry! Do not carry Those you have loved. For this, I have done penance in A hundred hundred lifetimes.
As I was considering which poem to share this morning, I noticed that the word god was in almost every poem I was considering. God is a loaded word, and one I was not comfortable with for many years. Even now, it’s … Continue reading
When I was thirty, I didn’t know That perfection was a state Not required for perfect joy. I did not know my worth, But weighed it out in praise and promises. At twenty, I thought Marriage was forever and fixed, … Continue reading
The Wise Girls have shown me That one can be very young And still know pain That suffering begins At an early age. These girls who are Radiant goddess’ children, Before even their bodies have begun to bleed In rhythm … Continue reading
Self-love is like a rose That climbs And twines Within the cradle of my bones Ubiquitous Impervious And fragrant