Though health may elude me or
riches arrive, betray and leave
there is a wonder that visits
with a whisper, a deep ease of life
and folds me into gratitude
like a cocoon; it generates courage
and beauty that cannot wither.
For still humanity dares to be humane,
wild creatures birth and roam.
Sun watches like a merciful witness
and moon gilds our way through sleep.
Again, ripening harvest times
break open a splendor of change.
Rains signal to me like gifted
fingers over ancient drums.
Inside this breath, upon this heart
there is certainty of an etheric veil
which sways open and closed
like wings of rarest guardians
of one Love, one Life, one God.
I retrieve these gifts, bow my head.
(See you folks in ten days–I’m off on another small adventure. Be well.)
4 thoughts on “Friday’s Quick Pick/Poem: One Love, One Life, One God”
I love this poem Cynthia! It is truly a psalm of thanksgiving – so appropriate for the coming holiday. I am printing this out to read every morning during my quiet time. Thank you, and enjoy your adventure – make sure to take your muses along – I don’t think they would appreciate being left behind.
How lovely of you to say so…I am so pleased you feel you might use it for your meditation time. Best to you. (They will never leave me, I surely hope!)
Lovely thoughts. Enjoy your trip