dancing through my head…
I stand on the brink, on the edge of myself.
And wonder at all that is beyond me.
I am jealous of the ocean and the sky
that do not seem to end.
Of the universe itself that holds so much immensity.
I seek to comprehend all knowledge, and I cannot even know of all that has been written. Continue reading “in awe, of you.”
Henry Newman wrote a favorite prayer of mine which stays nestled on the kitchen-sink windowsill, where my eyes can skim playfully over the words daily, like fingers gliding across piano keys.
Which I must admit then – oft times – seem to pick themselves up from their print, to flamboyantly dance across my heart! Continue reading “my mission”
Leaf Me Alone!
A Leaf Poem, by Oma
Hello whispy, crunchy, conical friend I found today!
I see your autumn leftover beauty,
I am mesmerized by your dancing whimsy,
and wait with baited breath for you to toss in the breeze, yet again.
For then I will chase after you,
and keep time with your step!
Yes, reaching to touch you,
my frolicking friend. Continue reading “Leaf me alone!”