Hidden Spring

for the people of Egypt and Tahrir Square

Strength comes with the morning

from a troubled dream

to the gray palette of winter sky

inviting a hidden self

to awaken beyond the body,

emerge from the dark earth of soul

with the nourishment of that depth

and rise like Lazarus, born again

to the beauty of this life

with destiny bubbling

from ancient ground

toward all those reaching

for freedom.


 


7 Responses to “Hidden Spring”

  1. Bill Dare says:

    AHO! It is a good day for Freedom, my friend. Thanks for sharing you gifts around this Spirit.

    Blessings,
    Snowy

  2. A day to be honored.
    A time to watch.
    A heart filled with people I’ll never know.

    Celebrate, dear ones, you earned it.

  3. suzy bennett says:

    A beautiful tribute to a beautiful and ancient peoples….thankyou for your offerings
    suzy B

  4. pii Chaii says:

    Yes. Anger, rage, can be just the energy needed for a breakthrough to one’s or ones’ “hidden destiny.” Thank you, Don. Makes my compassionate enfoldment all the more focussed.

  5. Sandy Jensen says:

    I love it that you have added your voice to so many who have blogged eloquently their support of the Egyptian cry for freedom.

  6. Bob Weaver says:

    I like this one showing the optimism of the morning.

  7. Judy Pipkin says:

    AMEN

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