Whisperer

The Wind whispers, sometimes softly, sometimes loudly.   Sometimes She pushes me along. Sometimes She pushes me back.   She caresses me with a gentle warm breeze. She throttles me with a blustery cold gust.   To hear Her word, I must listen, for I know not from whence She came, or where She goes. […]

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Threadbare

Alas, our tapestry is ripped; but, we’re not irreparable. Woven and inseparable, part of the cloth, we can’t be snipped.   Fashion glorifies the rend, the world marginalizes tears. Separation shreds without cares, love, though, is the cloth on the mend.   Knitting a patch is not magic. Despite feeling so abandoned; our unlovedness is […]

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Poured Out

The Cup is filled holding the poured out uniquely the same   The Cup overflows overwhelming the poured out capacity exceeded   The Cup is drunk one with poured out thirst satisfied   The Cup is shared enjoined by the poured out never forget   The Cup is empty unbroken by the poured out it […]

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Play with Heart

To be one with effort takes skill and synergy, which means I must practice.   I give it all I’ve got – to be in harmony with the impossible.   It takes all that I am – to do what can’t be done, to enjoy the moment.   My body aches, my heart races, my […]

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The Invisible

Originally posted on MaddogPoetry:
Unseen but apparent, harmony is invisible. The unseen is worth no words, and silence is golden Heartbreak and joy reveal the whole picture of creation, beyond image and likeness, and less than from nothing. I sit in silence to see clearly. We chant as one to focus well. Alone together, She…

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Shortstop (Derek Jeter)

Originally posted on MaddogPoetry:
We sing in unison, then settle in to “Play ball” He turns and squats before Her, he bows his head and prays “Help me”, he asks silently, “I beg you, keep me whole.” Ready, he springs to his feet, filled with Her mercy He plays with abandon on his toes He…

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