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Sound - Jonathan Goldman Planetary "OM"

what once was honored
of historical proportion
perhaps now just a calendar marking
something of passing thought

here it was the longest day
I wondered how many noticed?

who took the time to find purpose
of conscious unification
luminous planet benevolence
attendance to unbound receptive frequencies
ultrafine, delicate, and rhythmic?

the ego is becoming irrelevant
in the redesign of the landscape
where chain reactions of higher consciousness
overrules unapproachable indifferences

we are all divine collaborators
wearing human biology being nudged into
love, compassion, and understanding
knowing the ego only exists in past and future realms
and all that ever matters

is not a slave to matter, but is eternity’s co-creator
and diversity is well respected



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Reviewed by Michael Guy 7/26/2009
Wow I hope this is true:
"we are all divine collaborators " GREAT way of looking at it and the TRUTH for sure. But when I consider the world (the little that leaks in)
it doesn't seem it is so but I can hope that:
"the ego is becoming irrelevant
in the redesign of the landscape...
Let us MERGE in our respective MUSICS
Reviewed by Mary Grace Patterson 7/10/2009
There is much to think about in this prolific poem! I believe we are a part of a part of the divine cosmos of the universe...M
Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/24/2009
The hopefulness in this is clearly palpable Deb.
"we are all divine collaborators"
yes, we have all been created by, and our life forces are all emanating from the Most High God; we are imperfect cracked clay vessels that need a continual infilling. Each and everyone of us was wonderfully and fearfully created to share Truth, and to help and love one another while blessing one another with our gifts. I know that you can percieve an imminent spiritual paradigm coming on this planet very soon.
Blessings ...
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 6/23/2009
I like the perspective and depth to this, Debby. Less than 10 years' ago, only a handful of Druids gathered at Stonehenge on Midsummer's Day. Thousands of folk assembled there this year in an ordered and celebratory "thanksgiving". I'm not sure whether some were just out for another summertime festivity, but, as you say, consciousness of the significance of such things is, perhaps, growing. :)) xx
Reviewed by jude forese 6/22/2009
well-defined spiritual subject matter culminating into a continuing perspective of purpose and being ..
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/22/2009
Debby, you awaken us to what matters, when we fall asleep in the world of trivia! Splendid! Thank you!

Reviewed by L. Figgins 6/22/2009
I've been thinking about diversity lately and how some people snort at the word. Seems it falls under some "political" reference that I won't elaborate on here. Sad, how everything must be labeled and stripped of its essence and worth. Sadder still is how we have drawn lines in the sand at a time when there is so much work to be done together which concerns our very survival and evolution as a species. Oh, how I appreciate this poem, Debby! Excellent write!

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/22/2009
You give great pause for thought with this offering, Debby. Thank you. Love and blessings to you,

Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/22/2009
You capture the spirit and soul of the human race as it was meant to be and someday will be again...

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 6/22/2009
wonderful write and amazing photo!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/22/2009
here it was the longest day;
I wondered how many noticed?

Sadly, probably very few.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 6/22/2009
And we all come from there...and so, we all are a little piece of universe ourselves, when we are at our nearest point of our star.


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