A poem – inspired by nature, remembered and refound thanks to Robert Hartley’s inspired poetry in his book “Mossbackdragon”

Robert’s personal saga, which hi-lights his creative process in writing poetry, reminded me that I once wrote poems of my own, in a period of my life when I had time to meditate regularly (I seem to need time … lots of time … in order to be creative.) I dug through old paperwork and found them; they seems as fresh as ever, so here’s the first one:

 

 

 

 

 

Joy

 

Playful happy-love.

Tenderness.

Wind whisper.

Rain caress.

Birdsong in the marsh.

Heron wings echo

my heart song.

Fern place,

life-green place

low below the big trees.

Ripple.

Inhale.

Exhale the breeze.

Life-respiration

lull me please

in the womb of the world-mother.

Hold me please

in the arms of joy.

 

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3 Responses to A poem – inspired by nature, remembered and refound thanks to Robert Hartley’s inspired poetry in his book “Mossbackdragon”

  1. Mauro Salvadori says:

    La foto che annuncia la poesia è perfetta, e perfette sono le espressioni usate per descrivere il tuo sentimento. Come sempre dimostri la tua forte sensibilità nel cogliere le grandi meraviglie che si racchiudono nelle cose spesso rese invisibili dal nostro quotidiano correre senza mai soffermarsi a guardarsi intorno e riflettere. Brava.
    Mauro

  2. Cynthia says:

    Grazie, Mauro

  3. Si! mi piace! mi piacciono tutti!

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