"Life is the dancer and you are the dance."
Eckhart Tolle

Sunday, March 20, 2011

"She is the Goddess of Life" Poets United Poetry Pantry #34

  
Spring Isis Shrine 
Hedonistic practices in the mountains of desire
The goddess spreads her fingertips capturing the sunlight
From the highest point of the pyramid
Isis greets the earth where fertility is incubated
The vernal equinox 
Planets align with the sun laying out the path
Our view is clear and the first bloom shows its face
on a once barren land
Colours light the sky in a display of life
Celebrations flying in the air
She kisses the terrain, spring has begun

26 comments:

  1. Love it Pamela, love the flow and the beautiful imagery.

    Elizabeth

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  2. Nice tribute to spring :) I like the sentiment that out of a kiss, the new season begins.

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  3. Oh I love this. Especially the accent on the Divine Feminine. Beautiful!

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  4. Love it, Pamela. Spring comes, even when half the planet is topsy turvy. You gotta love her for that!

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  5. Yes and Isis celebrates with us...as new life begins throughout the Northern Hemisphere....and the Southern sets itself to rest....bkm

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  6. We must celebrate while we have the time, Madeleine

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  7. It couldn't possibly ever be a man;)
    Can you even imagine?

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  8. Topsy turvy is a very good way to put it, Sherry.

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  9. Yes, the goddesses that surround us, how lucky for us.

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  10. very beautiful,
    love spring,
    your words sing..

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  11. Great words for spring. Excellent.

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  12. It is a beautiful time of year, Anthony.

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  13. Pamela, the final "She kisses the terrain" truly sings! Amy BL

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  14. I love the Spring, the air is fresher and more alive.

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  15. Pamela,
    Just like a walk through a fresh, brand new spring garden.
    I could scent the optimism too........

    Best wishes, Eileen

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    Happy Monday,
    Bless you!
    xxx

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  17. I am usually optimistic, even in lieu of events that occur in my life:)

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  18. I love this! What a way to usher in spring with this poem of Isis.
    http://judyidliketosay.blogspot.com/2011/02/i-would.html

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  19. What a celebration! How upbeat and forward-looking! I love the first day of spring (I always did - but even more so now because my children were born on it!) You've poetically painted that first glow of the equinox!

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