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by jude forese
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.

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sometimes our soul leaves us 
to travel on its own
deciding to depart
its goldie lock zone
thriving in the habitat
of unknown places
filling thoughts
with mysterious faces
when it returns
we are transformed
connecting the pieces
of our inner solar storm

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Reviewed by Axilea MU 9/7/2010
Short and vivid, an effective account of something that I, too, have experienced more than once.

Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 9/4/2010
So true, love the rhyme n Meter in this Jude, different offering from you, very very deep!
Blessings as always
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 8/29/2010
and i do so love to travel...
well done, jude.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 8/28/2010
I've never thought of my soul leaving me...but if it does, I'm sure it'll find it's way back, because I think that is who we really are. Your work always leaves me with much to never disappoint.
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 8/27/2010
It is from time to time good to step away. It makes us appreciate our return and we can offer up new viewpoints and get crucial cosmic feedback from the messengers on our continued mission, of which some poets have been chosen. We know we've been chosen, encoded in our DNA is the answers to those who have chosen us but we can't remember, so yes, they are just "filling thoughts with mysterious faces." Good to see your name tonight, Jude.

Reviewed by Morning Star 8/27/2010
Sounds to me like you had an autobody experience
Taking you on a voyage that your inner-spirit wants you to explore
I always enjoy reading your thoughts
and i found this to be a voyage of the heart!
Brilliant write!
Wishing you Peace Love and Light...Yolie

Reviewed by Jon Willey 8/23/2010
Jude, a sabbatical of sorts? Or perhaps a flight to renewal of spirit. A thought I had not before considered. "voyage". I like the concept. May you know peace joy and love my dear friend. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 8/22/2010
Out of this world:) Hugs,
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 8/21/2010
tight Robert
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/19/2010
Your thoughts travel in high places as the atoms in your mind spin out solar systems of images.

Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 8/19/2010
a transformation we often need. enjoyed.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/18/2010
when you decide to rhyme you use it in subtle and beautiful ways!
I love this poem,because i can relate to soul transformations;-)
super,sir jude!
Reviewed by Marcia Miller-Twiford 8/18/2010
I hate to think of my soul leaving me even for a second. It is who I am. But, within the realm of poetry anything is possible. You've given us (as always) a lot to think about Jude.

Love and Blessings,
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 8/18/2010
Totally love the word play with "goldie lock" zone: so much of our habitual quotidian is in controlled "lock-down", and here we have the departing Goldilocks soul which, not content with sampling just all three bowls and all three beds in front of it, wanders off into the larger of all possible worlds in search and exploration not only of the House of Bears but of the universe of BigFoot himself! Voyaging, whether in time, space or experience, will always result in transformation which either consolidates or decimates that which has existed before. Our souls are very cognisant of what our minds are often not - that is, that there is no such thing as the status quo: either we are moving forwards or we are slipping back, but standing still is not an option. To this the "inner solar storm" also bears witness: always in perpetual motion, it scours pan-galactic highways and cosmic bazaars for blueprints and mysteries of gold.... And blimey, what was IN that Spanish red I had this evening?! xx
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 8/18/2010
Your soul does travel,
it goes to where your heart longs to be,
tenderly touching and learning
lovingly and spiritually.

It is in the motion of this travel
that spirit is found
spirit of mind, body and soul
Always going back to the source

Our soul speaks to us, if you listen, it contains all the wisdom that we have received for all the lifetimes we have lived. It is continually searching and absorbing more each time it travels..
Sometimes we search and search hopefully to find fulfillment.
This poem is a culmination of much soul searching..You are coming out of the darkness and into the light of your being...

Bon Voyage, Jude, Happy sailing! Mate...

Peace, light and love,
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 8/18/2010

the wonderful thing about the soul is it may leave, but always manages to come back!
Beautiful write

Reviewed by m j hollingshead 8/18/2010
well done
Reviewed by Andy Turner 8/18/2010
What a delightful write.
Who knows what will happen and transform in a man if he'd leave his cosy, comfy,prejudiced inner just right zone.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 8/18/2010
sometimes our soul leaves us
to travel on its own

Truly much Food for Thought here, my friend.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/17/2010
...exactly how it is, Jude, during my blackouts.

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/17/2010
How well you bring this spiritual flight full circle. It is always good for the spirit to be released and return invigorated...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 8/17/2010
my soul's on a no-fly list. it's going nowhere; but i wish it would. it needs a freakin' holiday man. i know, i'm insane. sorry. great work as usual. you're like the german car-manufacturer of poets. quality after quality after quality...........don't go changin' now.
Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe 8/17/2010
Very true. Well written.
Reviewed by Darryl Omari 8/17/2010
Truth is stranger than fiction. Thanks for reporting the such truths.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 8/17/2010
My sould has left and has yet to be seen back again yet...hopefully it found peace...e (maybe one day I will rejoin it)

  1. G R A S S
  2. Words Will Never Express How Lucky I am to
  3. Facing the fuure
  4. Love is Like a Flower
  5. Withdrawn...
  6. Ominous
  7. Water Kinda Runnin' Kinda Dim
  8. It's Simple
  9. You Donít Know Me
  10. A Little Drop of Rain
  11. Blood Of A Slave, Heart Of A King
  12. The Liar
  14. No Room for Fear
  15. Pond Of Soul
  16. Freedom of Speech
  17. Wishful Thinking
  18. Blessed
  19. Yesterday
  20. Yet Another Poem of my Love

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