I feel your words
shaking as the world did
when it was made
oceans cooling to a simmer
the unexpected gentleness
wonderful poem and even engaging more when read at a second level of meaning!
uhh ohh–does that mean Dr. F has some things to say here? I am more likely than not guilty of whatever he uncovers…
uncover? 🙂 Freud corrupts the innocent like me to read unjustified meanings into innocent words – words like – shaking, simmer, mountains, valleys, rain – Oh Freud, thou art an influence dangerous – We should za hemlock serve you to drinken, ya?
oh, oh, oh–I am just imagining that German accent now–I must steal your LWKMD again!
Ach so! Das ist etwas gut!
oh, you slay me… 🙂
Strong words should shake the world. I like the purpose and meaning in the excellent poetry.
Oh, thanks so much, John!
Ah … the soothing rain !!!
Thanks so much, GS!
Beautiful poem, made me think instantly of Malick’s Tree of Life.
thanks–I wrote it this summer, after watching that film again–I think perhaps immediately afterwards.
Really? Cool! I love that movie. I am partial to Malick, notwithstanding his sparse output. I honestly believe that The Thin Red Line is one of the finest movies ever made, I have all kinds of thoughts on what it is about and how it relates to film history. There is an uplifting message in that movie. I am fairly sure Malick is a genius. He has a new one coming out too.
Oh, fantastic–what’s the new film–know anything about it yet?
To the Wonder, I think it’s supposed to be released this year. Rachel McAdams and Ben Affleck, which is odd casting. I think it’s a love story of some kind but not sure.
oh–this is going to be one I am not going to wait until it hits DVDs for…
Such a setting you create, the sweet contrast, with rain a taming influence. I imagine relishing the moment of the first rain.
Yes! You kept your word! Wow ! Brilliant , just brilliant Madame Susan!
Thank you! Told you you inspired something.
This time , they are spiritual, biblical, gentle and happy!
LOVE His word and yours that reverberate with His!
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