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Free Spirit

I felt like walking on a sleepless night,

under dark skies with bright moonlight.

Above in the air flew a White Snow Owl,

sending the screech of it’s mating call.

Free

There she floats in infinite bliss,

swirling with energy many miss.

Her body’s perfection, her Heart’s her rule.

She loves all humanity, even the cruel.

A Fresh Breath

I can write long poems

that may bore you to death.

Or, I can write short poems,

that might take your breath.

But, the most important poem

any poet will do,

Fun

So many words I write, and so quickly they come.

Am I writing from guidance or writing for fun?

Do I trace on the paper things I’ve written before?

God's Green Thumb

Plants and trees jump from seed to seed, on this Earth so Grand.

I’d like to thank the one who held the first seeds in their hand.

God's Harvest

I looked out my window and saw the moon floating in space.

You know, it’s not like some people. It only has one face.

It will shine it’s light on you to guide you in the night.

Golden Waves

‘Tis day, I dare not close my eyes,

as not to miss one beautiful moment in this Lovely World.

But, alas my eyes have tired

and I must slip past the Golden Waves of Eve.

Life's Quad

I looked deep in the Yin Yang as it looked at me.

It felt like there was even more energy to see.

I flipped the symbol over deep in my mind.

Gratitude

GRATITUDE

TO A STARVING MAN,

A CRUMB IS A FEAST.

TO A BLIND MAN,

A SPARK IS AN EXPLOSION.

TO A HOMELESS MAN,

A BOX IS HIS PALACE.

Helpful History

You can eat cake or you can eat candy.

Having a sweet tooth is fine and dandy.

But the sweetest thing I ever did find

was the wisdom that freed my heart, soul and mind.

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