Posted by: Shara | June 26, 2011

Meditation

Triggers and prompts create an intriguing thought process based upon someone else’s musings, even though they are still the creation of the poet and the words are of the imagery.  I cannot explain why I have been meandering more thoroughly through poetry than other writing forms, but I do like to play with words… and poetry gives me that!

I was invited to a PotLuck… Poetry Potluck.  And I thought that I would bring an acrostic to the table.  Thank you, Jingle, for your faith in my work.  http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/2011/06/poetry-potluck-week-41-saints-monks-and.html

 

Meditation

Mind

elevated,

deliciously

invigorated,

thinking

about

truth

in

observing

nature.

 

 

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Responses

  1. Simple in its form, complex in its spirit.

    • Thank you for the insight! : )

  2. may truth be found.
    well done.

    • I agree. I believe that is what we all hope for. Thanks, Jingle!

  3. nice. truth in meditation

    • Thank you for your kind comment!

  4. Short, sweet, and to the point. I liked it. Thanks!

    • Thank you for the great praise, and for stopping by!

  5. This is beautiful and serene

    • Thank you for your thoughts. I tried to portray how I’ve felt when I meditate. : ) Have a great day!

  6. This is a perfectly peaceful write.

    Thank-you so much for the nomination, Shara. : )

    • Thank you for stopping by to look at my work! I loved the philosophy of your piece, and you deserved the nomination. You are most welcome!


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