I stand in the shower feeling my hands on my body the water on my hands me in my body mine
my mind flies away as it is so practiced in doing 1 time, 2 times, 26 times I gently return
my mind back to my body my body back to my hands my hands back to the water my presence back into my body
27 times and 28 times until one day however many times it takes 124 times or 1,238 times
I can stay here with this body that is my body mine.
Thank you TK for helping me to enjoy thinking about this, for making it not seem like such a horrible task.
Writing, never feels finished, like I said in another poem about writing these poems. Eventually I just hit post, and try to let it be enough. Maybe I'll revise some of these in the future? Or maybe not. Thank you for reading me.
I didn’t plan it Still a thought emerged The seas opened And the skies roared The ship rocked And an island emerged An invite was extended Making acceptance more tempting Wonder if you would be mad Confused, angry or sad Impulsive it may be But chronic it always was Sometimes it’s probably easier to give in A painless route, an undemanding path Just need to turn the steering wheel fast Yet, I want a link to you You are my invisible life vest My anchor when the sea is violent However, I fear that one day I’ll break free I dread one day I’ll leave you behind and I guess that’s what’s makes it interesting. I'm anxious of my will to escape My temptation to run far far away I guess I'll just hold on tight for now And pray for a silver lining to make its way somehow
“So come with me, where dreams are born, and time is never planned. Just think of happy things, and your heart will fly on wings, forever, in Never Never Land!” ― J.M. Barrie
She who lives in accordance to nature unfolding is an entity who governs with equity, Embracing the beauties of organic origins she preserves life's virtue, Holistically embodying the spirit of now she carries an impartial tranquility, Restoring balance towards fickle fabrications many are led to believe.
If you walk A mile in my shoes You may feel it as an adventure If you walk next 10 miles You may feel something new And if you walk for a whole week About 30 miles or more You will know The enjoyable way to take steps And If you walk for a whole month You will know the core of life All that one needs
I walk most often To get myself recharged Just what I need Right at that moment
Above the shoulders. Under the tip, Ferrero Roche of The tongue Saving a pendulum Swinging thing Appraised like the ocean in gentle breeze Under a dip, Taking care of an anchor Delving toward the Earth and sky.