Tag Archives: Divine

My Song

Above the cacophony of life there is a song which guides me. It is not single toned rather a chant of many voices filled with ineffable joy sweeping chords, lilting melodies a soaring grace of notes with all the traits … Continue reading

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Lion’s Den

I walk among lions who know You are by my side and lie in docile silence. Fire cannot burn me harsh words simply dissolve. Your Light surrounds me fills me, protects and guides. My love for You grows as little-by-little … Continue reading

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Mother’s Milk

Mother’s milk filled with love sweet breast offering nourishment comfort, contentment Oh, that I were a babe in arms suckling once again rocked tenderly as I fill this tired old body with my mother’s love like so many years ago. … Continue reading

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King of Nothing

I am the king of nothing other than my freedom. No palace, no crown have I, nor servants or dancing girls yet I have my freedom a jewel worthy of a kingdom. There is no prison that can shackle my … Continue reading

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A Thought

What is a thought? Where does it come from where does it go? Can a thought manifest without intent? Are our thoughts ours or part of a collective pool of past, present, future popping in and out until given the … Continue reading

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Heart Eyes

Heart eyes see what others cannot their vision extends to all realms. Eyes of the heart cannot be fooled by crafty lies pots of gold, promises never meant to be kept. Let us see with our hearts for love tells … Continue reading

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One Grain of Sand

Am I a product of my culture molded by the demands of family, religion, community destined to sit in a cubical work too many hours to buy things I don’t need? Miles of sand line the shore each grain looks … Continue reading

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