A Poem

Today my morning affirmation was “I accept the gifts I’ve been given as a high service to the world” from Gabrielle Bernstein’s Spirit Junkie set. Then later in the day I came across this quote from Mary Oliver- “The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.” I realized that today was the day to finish a poem I’d been working on. I stopped publishing poems here, but every once in awhile I’ll post one.

What I Miss When You’re Gone

When you’re gone my love, our ties will pull you

Back to the ocean together watching the

Waves of your breath, a rise and

Fall deep into reverie, lulled to sleep by the depths of your

Voice of reason, ignored once again to allow ourselves to

Sip coffee at dawn next to a half naked

You and I wrapped together laying

Down a path we’ve never been

Before you go

(Again please)

Know I will




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