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Day Dreaming, Walking with Trees

Pearlz Dreaming

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Just having a bit of a break
from the hustle and bustle of social media
to day dream
walk and write.

Friends if you need to contact me please phone
or email if it’s urgent.
Just need a little more thinking space.

Blogging pals, you can leave a message and
I’ll answer when I can.

Keep up your wonderful blogging, art, writing, sharing, social
awareness, piboidmo and all that you do.

Thank you.

Wishing you all the best and I will be back
when I’ve recharged
and renewed my energy.

June aka Gumbootspearlz

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The knowledge of graves

the Book of Pain

Quddús, the Forever Youth laughs:
“So along came they
to tear down My grave
and Me up along with it.
I wish I had a hundred such plots
so that they could desecrate them all.
I’d say, ‘Look, there’s the hundred and first!’
and off they’d scurry to dig that one up too.”
And then He laughs again.

But I know that place whereof He speaks.
It is a place of mystery
yet a spot of sweet clarity,
the conundrum at the crux of a knot.
There the worldly are lost,
the dead live on,
and the living, while living, are yet dead.
It whispers: how do I empty the blood
from my veins so that His flows there, instead?

Quddús is one of the Letters of the Living, a group of 18 individuals who were the first to believe in the Báb, the Prophet-Herald of the Bahá’í Faith. Their role in the history of the Bahá’í Faith is somewhat analogous to the…

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Crystals~Haiku

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Crystal Crystal

Light reflecting

Pine needles bright

Forest of crystals

~

© Carol Campbell 2015

Carpe Diem Carpe Diem

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This is the poem prompt:

“polished again
the mirror is as clear as
flower-like snowflakes

© Basho (Tr. Jane Reichhold)”

Thank you, Chèvrefeuille!

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