Divinity

Absorbed the inner moment,

intensively engaged, engrossed

in soul creation; utterly required.

Deeply drawn to hidden depths,

places dark and wild, thus the

Self is sourced; thoroughly derived.

Frantic is the journey through,

fear walks by her side, as mind

is made eternal; divinity inspired.

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About rosross

Editor, writer, poet.
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20 Responses to Divinity

  1. oldegg says:

    I suppose we all want our minds to be made eternal to satisfy our need for answers.

  2. Sumana Roy says:

    the inner journey is always ‘divinity inspired’…

  3. Jae Rose says:

    This feels like a real effort to cast away any rocks along the path..to keeping moving forwards and looking up…divine writing…divine thought

  4. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    The poem lives up to its title.. utterly divine! 🙂

  5. Mary says:

    The hidden depths of the mind are often dark and wild. Your poem expresses this idea very well.

  6. kaykuala h says:

    fear walks by her side, as mind
    is made eternal; divinity inspired.

    Grace of the al-Mighty seems to smile over her. She should have felt the calming effects of the divinity protection. Well penned Roslyn!

    Hank

  7. Oh my, that is gorgeous 😀

  8. C.C. says:

    There is a lyrical, rhythmic quality to this that is heavenly 🙂

  9. I especially like the walking with the fear.. it takes courage to find the strength inside.

  10. I was chanting through this divine poem…all these things bring us divinity…especially loved,
    ‘fear walks by her side, as mind
    is made eternal; divinity inspired.’

  11. Sherry Marr says:

    A wonderful poem – your closing lines have special impact.

  12. ZQ says:

    Yes… no mind…

  13. totomai says:

    meditation is the key – nourishes our soul, eventually our body

  14. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    Beautiful and profound words. And I do agree with totomai.

  15. Susan says:

    Even and despite the fear, eternity is there! I love this moment in your poem: “thus the
    Self is sourced.” “Derived” is lovely too as long as it isn’t confused with “derivative”! I live happily with the interaction between the mortal and the divine.

  16. glmeisner says:

    Very interesting look at the idea of creation.

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