Transcend

Transcend

Transcend (Photo credit: gascan555)

Between us all perhaps
Are threads of light
Shimmering
For those with eyes to see
Ephemeral connection
Pulsing with pure love
Every moment
As we breathe
The mystics say that God is One
And so it seems are we
In any case
Life’s imperatives
Are best nourished by
Unity

Your mind and mine
Like twins, devoid
Of womb to join
Our spirits cross this space
And in this singular
Existence the physical
Creates for us
This other place
And all the memories
Of distant union
Like sand by seas erased
Yet in remembering
Earlier fealty
We transcend to former grace

(c) Helen Valentina 2013, All Rights Reserved

About helenvalentina

Like most people, I have a number of sides to me. The most interesting one probably emerges through my writing, hence this blog. I love to read, and also to write, and so this is a way to share both.
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19 Responses to Transcend

  1. Rob Taylor says:

    Yes, that “fiber optic” that binds us…where we contribute…. and merge with all that is contributed…the sensations of the Oneness that escape us.

  2. Brian Hughes says:

    “Between us all perhaps Are threads of light”

    I can think of a few I’d like to take a pair scissors to. That chinless skank who lives round the back of me, for one, with her horrible radio blaring out all day. I’d take great delight in watching her ephemeral being drift off into the darkness. Ahem…sorry. Great poem.

  3. really like “Life’s imperatives/Are best nourished by/Unity”

  4. MuseWriter says:

    This is so beautifully written! Thanks for Sharon πŸ™‚

  5. Such a beautiful notion =)

  6. A very beautiful piece of poetry filled with light . Thank you!

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