Do Spirits Care?

JeonghoSon

illustrator: Jeongho Son

Do Spirits Care?

When someone morphs to spirit form
And leaves his love below

Does he perceive with interest
Her beating heart, her forlorn tears?

Does his spirit smile with joyous breath
When glee sends ripples through her chest?

And does he clap when she takes risks
To touch transparent thoughts of him?

And each sighs deeply in the thrust
From time to sweet eternity?

Shedding Pounds

Inge&Jeanne01

shed 33 pounds!

8 hours of sleep (stress free)

and trust weighs nothing

Light

Nighthawks_by_Edward_Hopper_1942-1

Nighthawks by Edward Hopper

went to Paris France

studied light on city’s thighs:

luminosity

Point of View

Thank you Sally Fisher for the inspiration on one of my favorite psalms!

The Vibrant Channeled Creator

karolina Kucharska

illustrator: Karolina Kucharski

Here In The Psalm

by Sally Fisher

I am a sheep
and I like it
because the grass
I lie down in
feels good and the still
waters are restful and right
there if I’m thirsty
and though some valleys
are very chilly there is a long
rod that prods me so I
direct my hooves
the right way
though today
I’m trying hard
to sit at a table
because it’s expected
required really
and my enemies—
it turns out I have enemies—
are watching me eat and
spill my drink
but I don’t worry because
all my enemies do
is watch and I know
I’m safe if I will
just do my best
as I sit on this chair
that wobbles a bit
in the grass
on the side of a hill.

“Here In The Psalm” by Sally Fisher from Good Question. © Bright Hills Press…

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Syncopation Groove

What family gems I am graced with!!!

The Vibrant Channeled Creator


Jeanne’s Photo Stream for your viewing pleasure
The musician playing in the sound track is AMR DIAB. He comes from Egypt, and performs his song, “Nour El Ain” (The Mind’s Eye). The song blends Arabic Music with Gypsie King’s style rumba and flamenco.

The photos of family and friends can be found in my Blurb Books which you can preview for free at Blurb.com (Books by Jeanne Poland)
Enjoy the rhythm of the moments!

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Point of View

karolina Kucharska

illustrator: Karolina Kucharski

Here In The Psalm

by Sally Fisher

I am a sheep
and I like it
because the grass
I lie down in
feels good and the still
waters are restful and right
there if I’m thirsty
and though some valleys
are very chilly there is a long
rod that prods me so I
direct my hooves
the right way
though today
I’m trying hard
to sit at a table
because it’s expected
required really
and my enemies—
it turns out I have enemies—
are watching me eat and
spill my drink
but I don’t worry because
all my enemies do
is watch and I know
I’m safe if I will
just do my best
as I sit on this chair
that wobbles a bit
in the grass
on the side of a hill.

“Here In The Psalm” by Sally Fisher from Good Question. © Bright Hills Press, 2016.

Try rewriting a psalm from the fish’s point of view!

Here in the Psalm (2)

I am a goldfish
and I l like it
because the bowl
I swim in
is cool and clear
and the sights
are friendly and homey
and food
drifts down
to sustain me
and though some humans
have no scales
their big eyes glow like mine
and the enemy cat
is mostly polite
as my fins
swirl me round
out of harms way
as I munch greens
and balance my
flippers underneath
the canopy of
the sunlit living room.

Hobbit’s Habits

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Photo by Jeanne (iPhone6+)

Hobbit’s Habits:

loves gardens,

mushrooms,

good plain food,

going to bed late,

getting up late,

not traveling,

hairy feet.

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