The golden fire that dances feverishly upon thirst-full tongues
At first glance, a deceptive thrill –
The end presents a forceful shame,
For the torment that my lover brings
Darkness, darkness, of the Night
Together still, as always with fright!
Dearest Love -
Compelling thoughts of you being near
Creates for me an unfeigned consecration of earth and sky,
The Divine stirring amongst man so young and so strong,
Foolish and arrogant - deceptive his song,
Hardening his heart, and anguish too long,
Half century's nights deep suffrage and pain,
Written while reflecting upon the poem, “The Creed of my Heart, ” written by Edmond Gore Alexander Holmes, (1850-1906) and reminiscing upon the movie, 'Jeremiah Johnson.'
Her seeds of depth stare far and wide- mine heart breathes fire, thus, shoreline’s tide,
The morn of faith released by winds of four, carve paths of stone through snow-capped ice,
Thy Voice still known within me, speaks words of Wisdom, as thunder, yet thrice,
Do you see how lovely and diverse nature is? Nature, as the great beauty she is in this photo, of a beautiful Bougainvillea flowered, potted plant and the love affair between the blooms and the delightful dance of the butterfly, seem to live in perfect harmony and love for one another.
They are different in species, yes, but harmonize in nature to provide a loving, ever-lasting love affair to propagate nature’s continued beauty. They are inherently diverse in nature yet strive to work together to benefit all who enjoy.
This is a beautiful statement actually to “embrace a benevolent spirit and heart for diversity yet without the complexities of trying to divide and conquer as humankind sometimes tends to do.” Why must we do that?
Faith - beautiful matron of the wise soul,
Courage, Love Compassion,
Flora and fauna, the lovely queen –
Bougainvillea scent, Monarch’s dream,
Magenta leaves adorned by green –
Buds of white, center seen.
Your eyes my dear are smiling -
Yet from another glance,
Home's harvest vision of your morning smile -
Triumphs o'er my heart's desire,