June Perkins © A coil of light/ patterns broken and remade/in the path to certitude -Poem by June “None have I sought nor any will I seek save Thee; no path have I trodden nor any will I tread but the path of Thy love. In the darksome night of despair, my eye turneth expectant … Continue reading Coil of Light
Impressions Monet I A cathedral attracts me Day by Day To find the way light Falls. I see gaps of darkness Fade away, But oh How I long For my garden Red poppies Flowing river Waves in ponds Bridges suspended over Reflections Of a garden in water. Lotuses form lilies Whispering to me Mocking my … Continue reading Impressions
From Robert Okaji’s blog O at the Edges.
To say what becomes: this word
bends in the wind of our
breath. Is this too simple to
say? Our bodies gather yet retain
nothing. Numbers, phrases, the way
the ocean rolls. Once I saw
a whale at dusk. Or rather I saw its
tail part the water and disappear
into darkness, an answer too complex
and sweet for tongues to comprehend.
But waves seldom explain. Imagine
something nearby but beyond reach.
Think of clouds and shrines, consider light.
Suzanne says, "I’m an artist and a writer. My current creative expressions include photography, digital imaging and writing haiku. I live in s.e Australia and spend as much time as possible in nature." A big thanks to Suzanne for permission to share her poem for the light theme on this blog. Suzanne is the third … Continue reading Serenity
Thanks to AB for permission to reblog this poem. You can find more of his poetry at Perspectives on life, the universe and everything. AB is the second guest poet on the Light theme.
When I was young I created a long list of things to do and places to visit. I also created a set of skills which I thought would greatly benefit me to live a fulfilling life. Finally I also promised myself that whatever happens I don’t want to live a life which is just ordinary. This is the place where I will tell you what extraordinary things are happening around me. ..’
This year I hope to share lots of poems from friends and myself on the theme of light. Why? It is the International Year of Light. Here is the first offering from Celia Berrell of science rhymes. 'Stepping into the Limelight' Stepping into the Limelight Before the days of dazzling electricity nocturnal shadows shrouded … Continue reading Stepping into the Limelight
Ancient ones watch unseen I never see them but others do. They take them to be spirits that protect and wonder that I can’t see them when to them they’re so clear. Uncle Neville comes to stay tells me ‘there’s an old man watching outside your door.’ Later an old woman is listening to my … Continue reading Ancient Ones