Treasure Island

Louise Tredoux

(Namibia)

Heightened Sensory Elation


You fill the spikenard that is my heart
with so much love, it is spilling over
until I regard everyone I meet with
love, I feel as if a bright white light
of heavenly delight and gratitude
is illuminating the world around me

I feel like hugging that lonely old lady
living all alone in the flat above us, I
feel like playing hopscotch with the
twins on the ground-floor, I feel like
kissing strangers just to spread the
surging happiness that fills my spirit

With joy and liveliness; but most of
all, I feel like hugging and kissing YOU,
the source of my delight, caressing you
all over, making you feel the same
wonder and joy, the heightened
sensory elation, that you made

Me experience today…

Submitted: Sunday, September 21, 2008
Edited: Thursday, September 25, 2008

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