Kimberly Burnham

Kimberly Burnham Poems

What if
reading a poem could improve
symptoms in Parkinson's disease
poem stories in action
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A state of supreme pleasurable
satiety where there is a feeling
of enough and nothing more
called by different names
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Autoimmune
cells fighting their neighbors
a multitude of languages
purposes needs misfiring
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I said, 'My back hurts'
she said, 'let me tell you a story'
you walked in here wanting
something to change
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Does someone have to lose
to have peace
"mem" or "emem" in Efik
spoken in Nigeria
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Known well
easier to learn a foreign language
at an early age
today teach a child
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Shi - the breath of life
they breathed life into writing and poetry
thousands of years ago
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The Altic root dictionary
a variation on "am"
to be quiet or sleep in
Tungus-Manchu Mongolian and Turkic
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Clock ticking
big hand approaches 12
small one already counting ten
museum doors roll
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smooth textured
elemental H two O
a pairing of
immeasurable
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There is a saying
in Acholi spoken in Uganda
"Ka lyec ariyo tye ka
lweny lum ayee deno can"
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Look to the mountains and the low lands
far in the distance
the colors are changing
emotions lifting shining
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Onomatopoeia naming
the sounds associated
buzz hiss
in Chuj a language of Guatemala
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In Old Chinese
ancient words of peace
"bhreŋ" is also level
even and just
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Om shanti cánti śanti
shánti shaanti shanti
peace in many languages
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"Zhi bde" peace
"dmag" war in Tibetan
"Bka' rtags kyi phyag rgya bzhi"
the four seals of the Buddha's teachings
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Peace flys
between an eagle and wood pigeon
in a Bushman dictionary text
"ganee" eagle
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Recently a written language again
"kev sib haum xeeb" or "kev tiaj tus"
or "kev thajyeeb nyab xeeb"
is peace in Hmong
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Sometimes words start well
in Skiri Pawnee a native American language
"acikspaarukstii" or "acikspaarukstiiʾuu"
is to have holy thoughts
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Kimberly Burnham Biography

A current project is collecting translations for the word peace, paix, vrede, damai, mir, shalam, salaam and... in over 10,000 languages and writing poems about each one. Life spirals. As a 28-year-old photographer, Kimberly Burnham appreciated beauty. Then an ophthalmologist diagnosed her with a genetic eye condition saying, Consider what your life will be like if you become blind. Devastating words trickling down into her soul, she discovered a healing path with insight, magnificence, and vision. Today, a poet and neurosciences expert with a PhD in Integrative Medicine, Kimberly's life mission is to change the face of global brain health. Using health coaching, poetry, Reiki, Matrix Energetics, craniosacral therapy, acupressure, and energy medicine, she supports people in their healing from brain, nervous system, chronic pain, and eyesight issues.)

The Best Poem Of Kimberly Burnham

What If Parkinson's

What if
reading a poem could improve
symptoms in Parkinson's disease
poem stories in action
observed and dreamed of being able

Can you understand
the words of an experience
sensations evoked
feeling movement
actions in each story

Fear rises as dawning
skin prickling
a cold wind blows
words fall

Joy leaps as
salmon ready to birth
a generation
swim

Each story challenges
poetic words
burned
into the page
and soul

Creating crosstalk
fertilization
between underlying relation
language and action
processing plays with execution
internal dynamics
overlapping pools

Kimberly Burnham Comments

Kimberly Burnham Quotes

'Just a few years ago, when I asked a neurologist if the brain and spinal cord could heal and regenerate, he said 'no' and in his world, maybe 20 years ago, that was true. Not particularly useful but in that time and space—true. The cool thing about today is a neurologist reading his or her own medical research literature is compelled to answer 'yes, under certain circumstances.'

It is easier for the brain to reach out for what it wants than to let go of what it doesn't want. Reach for your dreams.

People who feel better make better choices for themselves, their families and communities. Helping people feel better contributes to healing and world peace.

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