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Melody of the Divine Law
by Gennine V Forese
Thursday, December 06, 2012
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There is a dancing eloquence
vibrating and shining,
attracting likeness
of the kindness it Is;
it is Being.

It is a space of home:
the creative freedom;
expansion of the magical infinite;
unguarded, unbiased potential -
waiting to be called forth.

And it is divine birthright to dazzle
and be dazzled in this knowing, evolving invincible,
That is made of only love,
only of beauty.

Forces of energy,
magnetic palettes of color
and light and inexplicable symphony,
orchestrating and connecting and creating
outpourings of Source.

And I keep company with the magnificence
Bathing in the extraordinary stillness
that houses my body like temples of ethereal ocean.

And from forth this platform,
(The playground within the eyes of the mind,)
I am Seeing;
And the powerful play is unfolding...
And I feel the goodness surrounding
and my heart feels inspired with possibilities.

This is where the joy-journey incubates
Arising from the depths of the faculties within.
Thoughts Chosen
for manifestation.

Every experience is birthed from the realms of imagination.

Dear Universe,
Today this is my practice:
to powerfully participate in the prayer I am offering;
to purposefully mold the energies
that sprout from my fingertips into dimensions of incredible existence.


Sadness is to have forgotten this.
So just remember:
Love is All there is...
 



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Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 12/12/2012
Gennine,
There is nothing other than love...without love, there is no life, you have chosen to touch on a very sensitive and deep topic. Done with incredible wisdom and insight.
I can feel the energy flowing within each stanza, emotive and beautiful.

Lovely work, keep on writing I am enjoying your poetry!

Peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 12/11/2012
It is indeed the birthright of love and beauty to dazzle, Gennine, channeling light right from their source. And so it is also with those who "keep their company" as you do, following their rivers of evolution and partaking of their ebullient creativity. To forget to keep immersed in their seas is to run aground, run dry, and that is, as you say, great sadness and immeasureable, life-stopping grief. A beautifully worked tapestry of words and premise: a dancing eloquence. xx
Reviewed by Peter Paton 12/7/2012
Gennine

You touch on the immutable truths of life. The law of life is the law of belief.Keep filling your bottle with belief.

Peter
Reviewed by jude forese 12/7/2012
Gennine, this poem is very well written... it relates and states supernal truisms quite effectively ... it speaks from the heart & soul ... the final premise of "Love is All there is ... " seals the poem with its wise truism ...

love is the pure emotion permeating the universe ... sadness has no benefit and only limits our horizons ...
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 12/6/2012
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