Bob Blackwell

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A Presence Felt - Poem by Bob Blackwell

Reflections on life’s essence fill my mind,
my soul opens up to thoughts on energy,
the power that flows through all we see.
I observe closely a meadow of grasses,
to notice wildflowers dancing in between.

Reflections on life’s essence fill my mind,
my soul opens up to thoughts on energy,
the power that flows through all we see.
I observe closely a meadow of grasses,
to notice wildflowers dancing in between.

I now can feel there has to be a spirit,
that lives amongst the fairest valley’s,
whose home is found in sparkling rivers,
seas, oceans, hills, mountains, flowers,
the rain that falls, our moon and stars.

I sense same magic force pulse through,
my ideas, my imagination,
my thoughts that rise, my inspiration
to drive my passion to achieve.
Same intensity powers a twinkling star.

I feel nature’s presence all around me,
it influences the air I breathe in,
the warming light from beams of sunshine,
the coldness ice and snow of winter days,
the new life of springs blossoming days.

I am aware of it moving through everything,
a wave of consciousness stirring through,
it is life itself, it is the emotion of wanting
to be free of all restraints, to be happy.
A presence felt which gives a life to all.


Comments about A Presence Felt by Bob Blackwell

  • Chinedu Dike (10/6/2014 6:04:00 AM)


    The energy you mentioned is the manifestation of God, which bears testimony to the OMNIPRESENCE, OMNISCIENCE, AND OMNIPOTENCE nature of God. I like the articulation of the poem. A lovely piece indeed. Thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 31, 2011


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