A RE-BLOG POST – Why?

Welcome to my Monday Re-Blog Post by Bill Bisgood at The Write Idea blog.  Bill’s “Why?” poem is a great example of a succinct Haiku which I definitely share in his “pencil sharp passion” for Haiku!  Do visit him at:

https:bilbis.wordpress.com/

Bill, thanks for your steady inspiration…

sincerely, your scribe for love

The Write Idea

Why write poetry?
What is it about haiku?
Pencil sharp passion!

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A RE-BLOG POST BY Boundlessblessings.blog – I AM From………..

Welcome to my Monday Re-Blog Post by our fantastic Boundlessblessings.blog.  Resulting from a fruitful exchange of writing ideas, Kamal took on to writing an “I Am From” poem.  Just marvelous!  Hope you enjoy it!

boundlessblessingsblog.com/

…it is a pleasure always to collaborate with you dear Kamal…

sincerely, your scribe for love

 

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

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I AM FROM

The place where there is only Love

There is no place to Hate

Nor Blame anyone or anybody

Cause all is Me

There is no one but Me

I am the Universe

The illusion, the Reality

When my EGOIC small ‘i’

That I am right now living

Where my Soul is stationed in

And my mind keeps on buzzing

Needless thoughts illogically

Will after infinities realize the Real ‘I’

Will I then merge with?

the Real ‘I AM’ from Eternity

Where in Reality, ‘I WAS,

I AM AND ALWAYS WILL BE’

Eternal, Formless, Love and Bliss……………

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DAILY GRACES

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GOOD SUNDAY AFFIRMATION

While cleaning out a closet, I rediscovered some past journals; one entry filled with the goodness of praying…to share with you on this good Palm Sunday.

“God can give three graces to a soul in prayer.

 *grace to experience different spiritual things,

*grace to know and understand what you experience in prayer and

*to be able to share these experiences with others.”

tom dubois hosanna

Hosanna Painting by Tom Dubois

“Great are the works of the Lord; they are pondered by all who delight in them.”

Psalm 111:2

TELLING TREES

Three Quotes about Telling Trees

“The true purpose of Zen is, to see things as they are, to observe things as they are, and to let go everything go as it goes.” — Shunryu Suzuki

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“Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky.” — Kahlil Gibran

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“This oak tree and me, we’re made of the same stuff.” — Carl Sagan