youtube.com/watch I don’t think I have found meditation described in such an understandable way.
I love the excitement of having a project to work on. These took a couple of days to make, but it was fun.
It’s quite here now. Our beautiful mother has asked us to be silent and still. She has asks us to whisper and be respectful of what she has given us. Life and death. She asks us to die enough to live because she knows we can’t truly know life, without knowing death. She asks usContinue reading “Winter Ghosts”
Each one of us is sacred light trapped inside of flesh and bone Caught in the mind’s illusion, we feel separate and alone Trapped in this space without awareness, flailing, grasping, falling, blind We are empty vessels inside a prison made of mind We’ve created certain madness that appears to be quite sane, by virtueContinue reading “Our Sacred Light”
A poem about transformation I found this glass upon the beach, It’s sparkle caught my eye It’s beauty missed by at least one thousand passers by A little light mixed in with rocks, it was a gem to me A reminder of the many years my eyes refused to see The love within the sandContinue reading “Broken Glass”
I opened my hand and closed my eyes and ask to hold my dreams. I felt three drops fall in my palm and dropped my gaze to see. Perplexed and amazed as I looked down, I saw three little seeds. Written on them a tiny script in golden lettering. I took them home and plantedContinue reading “Three Seeds”
I wrote this poem about my soulmate Mike’s son Aaron. I never had the privilege of meeting him before he lost his battle with colon cancer, but I had the honor of hearing many stories about what an amazing, beautiful, and kind soul Aaron was. This was written in honor of Mike and Aaron. MyContinue reading “My Heart Keeps Time”
The beasts of winter at my door, knock on my weary bones Achy heart and mournful soul, crying and forlorn I long for things that aren’t for me, the dead, and past decayed The time that’s past has yet to come when we dwell in yesterday Like winter ghosts from long gone days I scratchContinue reading “A Winter Poem”
I wrote this poem as I was sitting at my favorite lake. The reflections in the water reminded me of how our ideas of ourselves are mostly made up of other people’s thoughts about us. Sometimes the ideas they have of us are so far off from who we really are that we lose ourselvesContinue reading “Reflections”