Capturing The Moment — Connecting All Things In A Meaningful Whole   2 comments

Mt Bigelow 07-15-13Image by kenne

Today I thought of monsoon skies,
with big puffs of white cotton
gaining height in the midday blue.

Today I thought about the rain,
falling on the mountains
soaking nature’s soul.

Today I thought about raindrops
leaving prints on everything they touch,
congregating down the mountain streams.

Today I thought of my print
walking with nature
aligned with its very being,

my being communicating with its soul,
entering into a dynamic creative flow
experiencing nature’s bonding reality,

connecting all things in a meaningful whole
through which an allowance, a trust,
opens the vessels of my very being,

allowing my snapshots to profile nature’s
abundance of comfort and wealth,
in the horn of plenty on life’s table

where each moment captured becomes
a reminder that “life is just a leap of faith —
so spread your arms and hold your breath . . .”

Today I thought . . .

kenne

(A tip of the hat to Guy Clark.)

2 responses to “Capturing The Moment — Connecting All Things In A Meaningful Whole

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  1. What will I think about today? Your poetry was a good way to start my day and perhaps I will be able to take inventory at the end of the day and consider where my thoughts have ranged. I love the image with which you started your post–I have vivid memories of the almost daily monsoon rains when I was stationed in southern Arizona.

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