Tag Archives: heaven

Imagine What is Lost

We know there is no land within what we can see with the naked eye or binoculars, and the maps we poured over in the outdoor gear store confirm this when looking due east. However, in the very early morning as the sun reaches over the top and the sky lights up exposing low hanging […]
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Poem – Through Silence

Through silence I find the universe’s voice and when balanced it is a reflection of myself. Midnight sky. White dots. So many they blend into a haze across what astronomers measure in parsecs – whatever the official distance or definition I know this – I stand in awe at the heavens, the light, and energy […]
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Poem – I Touched Heaven

The other evening with autumn at hand we place wood upon the fire poplar engaged in a slow dance, a foreign beat the crackle and sizzle fade away. Your eyes take my eyes Your lips embrace my lips. I touched Heaven

Poem – Of Tide and Time

Of Tide and Time, by Hanakia Zedek What is life if not transfixed within this brittle shell A miraculous brilliance juxtaposed With so little time within a fragile hold This cell This Heaven This Hell Do tell But not of beliefs and fancy fair But what is right here And now And how And what […]
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