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Soul surrendered

Soul surrendered silently, stood back, let spirit speak, and traced cool hands across fear’s brow; certainty released.   There was a moment trembling, as sorrow held new court, and then all fell, dissembling; nothing as I thought.    In pieces … Continue reading

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Surrender

In that moment of surrender when power is no more, there lies the hidden treasures of defeat, wherein the Self is supplicant to Soul’s eternal cause; and transformation holds the floor, discreet.   To know that one is powerless and … Continue reading

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Surrendering

Slow, soft, peeled surrendering, lifts dried and crusted face, the mother’s bright blue shawl, across the boards does drape. That curl of edge has risen, that flake of crippled age, revealing perfumed timbers; advancing on time’s stage. How silently the … Continue reading

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It’s surprising really

It’s surprising really, how many tears can be shed, as if, the oceans feed into my heart and through my eyes, in an endless, constant, salted washing. It’s surprising really, how, when we cry, it comes of its own volition; … Continue reading

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On Death The touch is firm upon the flesh of death; the wrap of slow embrace. A drawing closer till the breath in silent lifting rises still and yearns to break through barren lips; a final freeing from the Self … Continue reading

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