Margaret Alice Second

Veteran Poet - 2,813 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

The World Aglow


Intelligent, loving energy forming a golden
dome of light I request to shine on everyone
I love, including April suffering a stroke; took
care of me yesterday - when I found the cotton
shirt I wore was growing limp like a sad old
crumpled rag, I ran into a shop and found a
perfect purple T-shirt to wear in its stead

With a scarf and beads in various purple shades
to emphasise its lines the day was saved; today
I went back to the shop for another one & found
none; when my need was great, a loving energy
provided just one shirt in my size to help – thus
meditation, visualising love sent everywhere to
everyone for all emergencies

Covered all in a loving shine and brought me help,
now, while staring at cold words in a text about
controlling energy; a warm feeling of glee is
rising in my soul, setting the world aglow…

[21 February 2014]

Submitted: Friday, February 21, 2014

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