by Kristian L Mahrling-Harding
Sunday, May 19, 2002
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Lights turned low, candles bright
Grounding chants, heard in the night
Annointing each, the Seers tools
A prayer for each, demands the rules
Cards in silk, and velvet bag
Stones arranged, from leather rag
Pendulum swings from a silver chain
And the mirror is placed to scry, again
So now, the tone is set for truth
What will be, or been, from youth
Doors swing wide to the other realm
And the voyage begins from the Seers helm
Past and present, now emerge
Emotions tear, begin to purge
Glean the knowledge, forged before
As armored guard, for futures door
Step lightly, for it's delicate
The future's what we've made of it
Ripples stirred from distant past
Disrupt the waters, yet to cast
When worlds collide, the new begins
Out of pain, comes hope...love..from sins
And what is seen, the world will know
For the Seer has been, where no others go
*yes..it is a different point of view than the mainstream christian philosophies of the bible belt in which i live..but, no less valid nor pertinent, if persued in light for the glory of God, so mote it be. every culture has it's differences., and it's similarities...how wonderful a world, we have. how interesting to me, the ways inwhich we pursue spirituality and enlightenment.
harm no one...and especially, yourself. for you hold the greatest gift to the world....the human spirit, and heart. what you cast forth, returns three fold.
i like that philosophy. keeps me on my toes..(hey, that way, i'm over 5 ft anyway..lol)....love always..k
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|Reviewed by Kelly Steed & Kelly Roberts
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Beautifully expressed. Good form and rhythm throughout. Well done. ~E|
|Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
|Very good Sweet Krissy,
Blessings, Janet xoxoxo
|Reviewed by Josephine Bohen
|If everyone could be as openminded/hearted as this it truly would be a wonderful world.
|Reviewed by Tomas Ughdair (Reader)
Unbelievably I wrote a similar poem at the weekend,I was not able to post on Sunday,
I am glad now,mine was rubbish compared to this masterpiece.
Beautifully expressed work.
|Reviewed by Tiana
|Beautiful, beautiful write ((((Krissy))))) as always!
|Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
|Beautifully written and wonderfully expressed!! Love this, too--"for you hold the greatest gift to the world....the human spirit, and heart. what you cast forth, returns three fold"|
|Reviewed by J John (Reader)
|Excellant write Krissy :) ... j|
|Reviewed by George MacLean Akurunwa
|Reviewed by Amber Sarah Stephens
|Very good poem.|
|Reviewed by Amber Sarah Stephens
|Everyone must find his'her way to God, but it must stem from love.|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|If the world would only open it's eyes they would be so surprised... Great write Krissy...I see yours are opened...;-)|
|Reviewed by Sandi Schraut
|The world of the spirit is varied and rich in diversity none of which is invalid. We are the earth, amd the heavens and the stars, all of us. Great write !!!!! Luv ya Sandi|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|nice poem... (spiritual enlightenment is given not taken)...|
|Reviewed by Steve Patterson
|absolutely wonderful poetry. flow, ryhme, word choice and point made. thank you for lettin' me enjoy this part of your head.-steve
(ps.- got a clue what the cards say for me? how 'bout them bones, they be shaken? send me an "E" let me "see" what's gonna' "Be" ( <:. hey, i'm serious here, really.sp).
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Great words of wisdom Krissy! Great poem!!!!!
May Lu $*_*$
|Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader)
|It is good to see different points of view and yet hold true to your own beliefs as I do. Nice write Krisie, Floria|
|Reviewed by angel michael
|that was excellant and fiting for a sunday
|Reviewed by Kathy (Aislin) Bailey
|very well done, sis...i'm quite impressed.