Annalee Hopkins Somerville


Sacred Flight - Poem by Annalee Hopkins Somerville

Emotions stir inside me wildly,
The wind stirs them some more,
The sun lifts me up,
To a place I can't ignore.

Rising towards the sun,
My life slowly whisks by,
All my poorly made choices,
And I bow my head to cry,

Not for a life thats lost,
But to a sacred place,
One full of forgiveness,
Where my journey I must face.

Unable to stop the current,
Emotions bound to flow,
Like that of a might ocean,
My souls caught inside the storm.

The wind tumbles me gently,
In this sea of life,
My eyes were fully opened,
To the pain, heartache and strife.

Back into the sky,
My spirit quickly soars,
I am bound by my journey,
To the path that I must go.

Although it may be hard,
And painful to some degree,
I have to figure out my life,
And set the demons free.

The Raven touched down,
My feet back on solid ground,
I know what it is I must do,
In order for peace to be found.

Its the path I choose to walk,
The journey not yet seen,
That has brought me here today,
Revealing all I've been.

Slowly I walk back,
To where I first began,
I feel the Great Bear presence,
As she takes me by the hand.

Wind songs whispering,
That I am not alone,
I thank her for her sight,
And the journey home.

© 2011 Wind Songs Spiritual Poetry

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, December 5, 2011


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