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  A Song of Light
by jude forese
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
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I can hear a voice calling
Though heavy fog

Like a charismatic chord of mystery and wonder
Itís music to my ears

The possibility arises there is no one there

That what I hear is an enigmatic embrace
From another time

Or perhaps the sound of my synapses conversing
With themselves

Or my oversoul coming through the haze of existence
Or the voice of god filtering through me

Whatever the case may be
I find myself answering back into the wind
Through the meticulous fog

Speaking to vaporous substance of muse
Answering back to the subtle character of presence

And I know something, someone, some far larger being
Can feel my answer
Can sense my response
And will acknowledge
Sharing parallel dreams

And open the way to encounter

And sing together
A song of light



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Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 5/5/2010
Jude, I have been reading some of your older poetry, before my time here on the den, this poem "A Song Of Light", really struck me. I am going to go back to my poetry from this same date and see what I wrote, because I feel as though we have been communicating for a very long time. Perhaps you think I am crazy, but I believe in the spiritual world with my whole heart and I know, we have been destined to meet and do amazing light work together..
Awaken that dormant passion that I know is just beneath that surface, you need to "live again!"

Much peace, light and love,
Amber
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 12/3/2007
Beautiful poem!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Axilea MU 11/26/2007
Very poetic lines, I love the attention to all the essential calls of nature and the universe around.

An open-minded approach to true spirituality that meets the right words.

Axilea
Reviewed by David Hightower 10/13/2007
Jude - Enjoyed this poem very much. It tells the experience of the true poet. - David
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 7/4/2007
Spiritual sponge at work through voice or light-Tis attached to your soul {beautiful} <>Ted
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 12/18/2005
I love this poem!
Reviewed by Lori Moore 12/11/2005
A wonderful song of light.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 12/11/2005
The fog can do that to ya--and so can a creative, fertile mind that refuses to be still.

Ron
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 12/11/2005
I see the light...in your poem...beautiful work robert...wow!
Best wishes always
from
kay.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/10/2005
Mystical experience that when understood is totally enjoyed :-) All that is positive is always felt that way :-)
Reviewed by L. Figgins 12/10/2005
What a gift you offer the world, Jude-faith in a higher power and visions of light. You brng us within ourselves and beyond ourselves...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/10/2005
This cannot help but make the reader feel "something," Jude. I find your poem most uplifting and soul-awakening. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you.

Regis
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 12/10/2005
And it always feels wonderful, doesn't it? You've conveyed the communion well, Jude. Thank you for this. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 12/9/2005
You have no idea how good it is to read this poem, Jude. I go through this very same thing quite often, I even hear the voice as well as feel the presence. Fleeting words reminding me that I am loved. I automatically reply, "I love you too," though I am uncertain who it is I am speaking to or feeling that loving energy from. There is a portal to a parallel lifetime or to the past or future and it never closes. Perhaps for those brief moments we are ships passing in the night. This is a wonderful write, Jude, I am glad I had the opportunity to read it.

Take care,

Sherry
Reviewed by Robin Ouzman Hislop 12/9/2005
eerie but v persuasive i was definitely sent saludos
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 12/9/2005
There is such peace and harmony attached to this, I feel. Bit of a duvet write for me this evening, feeling slightly toasted here! :)) Such confidence, and the sense of being in a wide and spacious place... like this "unknown" is neither alien or worrying for you, but a desired "stage further on" or "deeper in", perhaps, with the imagery of the fog. Ideas of mist usually conjure notions of confusion and fear, but I feel this does quite the opposite - like it is in itself a sort of "swaddled" write; a warm (rather than cold) cloaking in intimacy. Very musical, too: voice/chord/music/sound/answering/speaking/sing/song... lots and lots of communication going on here that is both to be heard and said. Delightful,uplifting and full of hope! :)) TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 12/9/2005
very intriguing with a touch of the mystical...really enjoyed this one...

Carole...love and peace
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/9/2005
Or the voice of God filtering through.
WTG sing loud old chap sing loud..
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 12/8/2005
Jude, this soars. it lifts me. the world needs more of that 'enigmatic embrace' and "Song of Light" strikes an oft-forgotten chord, reminding us to open ourselves to encounter. Dawn PS love the new pic.
Reviewed by Dale Clark 12/8/2005
A song of light is a wonderful thought
and I do believe something larger can
feel our answers, our responses "and will
acknowledge Sharing parallel dreams"
A very beautiful piece!
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*ģ 12/8/2005
Sounds almost like a search for extraterrestrial intelligence, Ace. We all continuously send out vibes and there is always someone who receives them.

Love & Light,
Joseph
Reviewed by Janet Parker 12/8/2005
That "far larger being" will always open a way to encounter. Excellent poem, Jude.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/8/2005
This poem evokes the very light of which you speak in the last stanza and causes it to shine out on your audience of readers with the wonders that you as the poet perceive.


Felix
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/8/2005
Oh my this is good....the ending everlasting my friend!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 12/8/2005
It is the interconnectivity of all of existence. You are blessed to be able to know of it and express it so well. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Sue Hess 12/8/2005
wonderful
Reviewed by George Carroll 12/8/2005
Another delightful write.
Reviewed by Paul Williams 12/8/2005
A Song of Light indeed, the universe finds many ways to speak...excellent.

Paul;-)
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 12/7/2005
St. Elmo's fire merging with the will o' the wisp. Masts and rigging of ships shimmer with flames the sailors call St. Elmo's fire, a small electrical discharge caused by a storm. This merges with the will o' the wisp, a mysterious light drifting through the fog in still silence, hovering around graves, a sign of a wandering soul of a dead spirit luring you to A Song of Light. Given your geographical location, near the water, perhaps you should be looking in close proximity of a lighthouse.

Sage
Reviewed by Dan Rains 12/7/2005
Interesting read. I like it.
Dan
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 12/7/2005
Song of light is like spending time at the garden of love where you smell the scent of the flowers, hear the sound of butterflies, enjoy the melody of the bird's song and feeling the warm breeze gently blowing from the seashore. Sweet poem
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 12/7/2005
Robert, this poem is like a burst of energy. I really like it.

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/7/2005
Your voice creates a waterfall of sounds and the song sails on the ship of enlightened dreams to become merged with the beauty of all music ever sung to create an eternal symphony of light ...

Can you tell I loved this poem;-)



Eileen

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