Weaving a Web

Undulating like ocean waves
messages from heart to heart
weave a web across the world
trembling our frames of bone and skin,
the desire to create burning like fire
on the altars of our hidden love.


 


14 Responses to “Weaving a Web”

  1. Gene Latimer says:

    Sweet!

    Heart-to-heart seems to be the only way that’ll take us anywhere worth going.

  2. Lloyd Meeker says:

    Heart-messages carry like a drumbeat across any distance, any language. The desire to create burns between us and fires our web. So beautiful, Bro!

  3. Bill Dare says:

    Resonant… flowing as the tides of creative Hearts pulsating rhythmically together… gentle drumbeats moving Creation ‘neath Moon’s constant urging.

  4. Donna Anderson says:

    Very nice! This one inspired me.

  5. T Johansson says:

    You have pierced the Deep Connection that unifies All. I celebrate you, Spirit Brother!

  6. Anne Blaney says:

    This one is perfection for me, experiential, passionate, vital, and…I love the comments too!

  7. ron laws says:

    Your words touch the heart of this circle, dancing so wonderously in the morning sun.

  8. Bob Hollis says:

    Your words are beautiful. And I always reflect on friendship with you as I read them.

  9. Sarah Hanson says:

    I have asked people I meet recently, ‘Where is the love?’ Only to emphasis what really matters….Don, here is the love, through your gorgeous words, as they connect in my heart, and as each of these beautiful people have spoken, we are all connected……….Thank you…..

  10. Pichay says:

    OI !…in Thai is a grand expression of appreciation, enjoyment of that which is greater than words. OI ! Recently, in a moment of tension with another, this command arose: “Stop thinking, and love!” This magically opened the mentally imprisoned heart, it yearning for a clear field for the release of love, unfettered.

  11. Tom Wilson says:

    Another lovely poem Don…and reminds me of another Don:
    Don Juan DeMarco: “There are only four questions of value in life, Don Octavio. What is sacred? Of what is the spirit made? What is worth living for, and what is worth dying for? The answer to each is the same: only love.”

    Our hearts our waiting for us to become a chalice for spirit. Time to make our move inward, and bring it out into the world.

    Thanks, Brother

  12. Love the image of a web woven from heart to heart. I see a web set fire by our love, no longer hidden. What does that mean, love no longer hidden? I shall ponder this during Christ-mas season when His spirit is strongest of all the year. Thanks again, Bard.

  13. Athena Coleman says:

    Amazing how the simplest words can illicit such a tapestry of emotions. The responses I’ve read have added to the beauty of your poetry. This piece of yours is crystalline and it shimmers . . . . .

  14. Katherine O,,,Neill says:

    Thank you..for your word and the especially touching comments. I go to sleep grateful tonight for the love I have received and have been able to give..What a gift. God bless you all tonight.

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