A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
Sunday, January 7, 2018
New Year Moon!
We share a moon, a moon! Look into the night sky, Marvel, be astonished, Go to bed, dream but don't Forget --don't forget we Are, when morning comes, As one, one species, we are. The moon reflects a star: We share a star, a star!
Amazing isn't it...everything in the universe is made of the same stuff. WE are stardust.ReplyDelete
The main difference between a roaring star and human metabolism is the rate of combustion. All matter is related.Delete
yes we do share the stare at the moon, the sun and the stars, friend Geo ... Love, cat.ReplyDelete
Yes! Good thing too --a reliable universe in which love is universal.Delete
I'm a little surprised there isn't more infighting over who owns the moon and sun, Geo.!ReplyDelete
I love the gentle reminder in your poem, and the peaceful cadence of the words. Whenever I am out at night I look at the moon and stars (if the clouds are not in the way) and think about all the people I know around the world - some only through blogging - who look at the same celestial bodies.
A beautiful thought you have there, Jenny. We all depend upon the same tremendous operations of the universe. I have dismissed the idea of any earthling owning the sun --who'd want to pay the gas bill?Delete
Oh how poignant...that thought...that you, I and everyone on this beautiful planet of ours shares this moon...all of us linked together...atoms of a beautiful whole.ReplyDelete
So good to be one small part of something so amazing!
Thank you, Geo...so much.:))
Dear Ygraine, I recently read of a question that had not occurred to me: When we move around, do we really move the atoms that compose our bodies, or just the information about what atoms we require in any given location? A strange question, I know, but suspect it will further our definition of both physics and life.Delete
One glance into the night skies is often all that's needed to bring a person back down to earth.ReplyDelete
Captivating and beautiful.
Thank YOU, Robyn. We learn so much here on this world, I feel like church music should give way to Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance".ReplyDelete
Happy New Year.....
we also share the sun, Sunrise and Sunset
True Rhapsody Phoenix, and welcome to my blog! Thank you for reading my poem.Delete
Very well done, Geo! It's so awesome to finally discover your poetry. I've always been a night person, so this poem grabbed my attention big time. Now I can't wait to read your poem about Emily: How do I go about finding it?ReplyDelete
Dear Dylan, I have a post about Emily on my other blog, Trainride of The Enigmas --http://trainrideoftheenigmas.blogspot.com/2017/04/miss-dickinsen-and-paper-chase.html-- from April of last year. Should be accessible thru my profile page at right margin, or copy/paste url above.Delete