Adryan Barnathan


Goddess - Poem by Adryan Barnathan

She breaks with tradition
empowered,
with a heart at ease,
one with herself.
Independent, creative,
loving, stable, abundant,
she blesses those that come
through the gateway of life
with love, healing and protection.
She is the actual warmth
of the midsummer sun
that gives breath of life
to nature and the newly born.
Nurturing herself and others,
the flame of her
inner wisdom burns
with divine intelligence.
She is an empowered heart.
She is the force behind
the ancient gods.


2005


Comments about Goddess by Adryan Barnathan

  • Mohammed Asim Nehal (2/5/2016 9:15:00 AM)


    Nurturing herself and others,
    the flame of her
    inner wisdom burns
    with divine intelligence.
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  • (9/13/2005 2:23:00 AM)


    A brillant poem capturing a woman's true inner beauty and spirit. Beautiful. (Report) Reply

  • (9/9/2005 10:47:00 AM)


    Hey Girl,
    it's been a while since I read your work...Gotta tell ya, I missed it completely!

    This poem brings to mind another poem I once read that I was in love with for the longest time..Thanks for reminding me for one..
    And thank you for being such a strong female voice. You have a tight grip on who you are, on your voice and how to speak to the world...In so many ways you really are goddess like...I pray you always keep that light..
    Always,
    AMberlee
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  • (9/5/2005 1:22:00 PM)


    Just a lovely and true poem. (Report) Reply

  • (9/4/2005 6:22:00 PM)


    I like this Adrienne!

    Best.
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 4, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 20, 2010


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