Elizabeth Fontaine Grieco (08/14/1957 / Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Dense fog swurls upwards to the
Blue azure sky, as I watch in amazement
As nature exposes her delicate side.
Furling, dancing ribblons of vapor
Exchange movements like entwind
Ballet dancers eternally embracing.
Peace enters my being as my thoughts
Disperse upon the lake's calm waters.
My soul dances with the spirit as they
Collide and whisper to me; Your inner
Strength and weakness are one;
Acceptance of both are needed to
Face the struggle of life.
I long to revisit the kindred
Spirits of nature.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
picked up my children for school, this beautiful image of the
morning fog upon the nearby lake, revealing it's beauty inspired
me to write this poem of nature, 'Dancing Spirits'. It was published
in a local newspaper. It brings me immense pleasure, when I think of
nature and it's hold on us, if we respect God's creations and how wildlife and our lives are tied into the rejuvination of life during spring time.
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