Category Archives: poetry

Time through a Cat’s Eyes

The following poem is rendered from a nighttime dream I had when I was younger, in which I conversed with a Cheshire-like cat.  I was a cat with a human soul, primed for a hyper-real experience with potential consequences.

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Honoring Mother’s Day

Designating time to honor relationships is good practice. Mother’s Day is a handy reminder. To those that have departed, we can honor their lives by awakening memory, giving thanks, and performing healing work on any loose ends that are bound … Continue reading

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Reflections: Using Music to describe Resonance

I’d like to begin with a personal haiku: this earth is vibrant and I like a string attached moved with vibration That’s resonance. I think many of us have an intuitive notion of resonance, that feeling of connection at multiple … Continue reading

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Mystical Poetry II: The Ebb and Flow of Connection and Resonance

Even the most experienced mystic has moments when grace and connection have gone missing. The first poem explores the sense of loss following the fullness of union. Tidal Embrace It will always be true that couples will squabble. The solitary … Continue reading

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Mystic Poetry – Night and the Light

Writing mystical poetry takes time.  There has to be the mystical embrace as well as the words that give descriptive justice to the experience.  Overused phrases may well describe the experience with accuracy, but are unlikely to convey anything meaningful … Continue reading

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