Tag Archives: spirit journey
The last word of this poem mysteriously disappeared when I pasted it into this post. Hmmm, amusing! Good thing I chased it down, and reinserted it. lol. A part of me not sure I can be big? Because, really, … Continue reading
The dust of a lifetime kicks up Like a fog of confusion. From inside this light storm I am blind and deaf, Directionless. But on a bright day, I stand outside the snow And see It’s just all my … Continue reading
Ahhh, the soul work up to now— How effortful, And yet, With the clarity of my heaven self, How glad I am To have made this journey to this place, To this hour intoxicant with growth And cosmic new beginnings.
I sing of spirit, A song of the soul Belonging to all people And all times, Joyous polyphony! I sing of the journey of the human light, Sharing the planet in Such luminous diversity As to render us all … Continue reading
Intention requires choice– The choosing to intend To have the heart’s desire. Without intention The path rests, While we, like Goldilocks, Stray off among the flowers– Never turning to look At what we truly want.
The little lazy creek of now Meanders back to mother river. I have had My vacation, My sidetrack trip away from This life’s creation. Here I am back again, Rivulets subsumed in rush, My life’s purpose the rapids; I, the … Continue reading
Each day begins With drinking the morning coffee Of my soul. Awake, I remember what I intend: That my words go out into the world Like birds Like light Like healing benedictions, While I, I let them.