Connie Marcum Wong
A Divine Cascade - Poem by Connie Marcum Wong
Splashing into fine mist—
I become one with the waterfall.
As droplets kiss my face
And enter my soul's most sacred place.
Anointing me with love,
Sustaining all life forms on the Earth.
For each divine droplet;
A cascading veil of purity.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
by Karan Naidu. It consists of 4 verses of 3 lines each.
The syllable count for each stanza is 3,6,9.
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