Mother Earth, A Comfort
Between the water fall on fire in Yosemite
As a result of atmospheric conditions,
And the Aurora Borealis over the Northern Hemisphere
From electro magnetic sun energy eruptions,
Today I felt an intense comfort
In what the Earth gave me
So I say to myself,
Don’t take it for granted.
Journal entry, twenty two February, evening,
Candles burning, Kudlow report watching…..
I wish all a good laugh
Who will be reading,
This poetry! 🙂
There was wind at my back today
On the sunlight loop
No sunshine, though,
Just sword gusts
And a thickly, blue blanket
No matter how wet I got.
The wild and woolies of Montana yet
On mucky, mud and ice covered trails.
A wet atmosphere,
Precipitation pelting everywhere,
Untamable, wind blowing my hair
Into knots and tangles.
Hair conditioner softens
And detangles friz conditions.
Feeling the weather elements today
Were a blessing
Of earthly invigoration
And kept me out of my head, from intuiting!
Love U Montana.
Kept me away from the mirror,
Fretting over my face.
A woman with good intentions
Accidentally grazed me above my lip
So I have quite a red and raw cut.
Imagine your appointment
And receiving a gift of bludgeon
In your lip waxing.
I must have skin
And sensitive with age
But God’s wind blew fresh today
Over its open page.
It’s healing now
With the application of cream
Called Vitamin C Ester
Thank God for this.
And for these poetry lines
Meeting uniform to the left
Despite the Fourteen Hands White Blend
The only thing I am terribly missing
Is the dream
Of a man with kind hands,
Mellifluous voice and a Karate, Zoro outfit.
It’s a day in the life
Of a quiet poet.
©2012 Cindy Eksuzian, all rights reserved.
I posted this because……Today, I was certainly feeling human frailty.
Thank God for the small things.
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