Let in Her Mystery

Within the flow of tide
layers of water chase the moon
on a following sea
where the broken
reel toward oblivion,
medals of holiness
contrive to adorn war
and diesel motors churn
away from the silence,
her singular current bearing it all
with the grace of the timeless,
asking of who will let in her mystery
to avoid the refuge of answers
and hold space for the sacred
that alone may change you.




10 Responses to “Let in Her Mystery”

  1. David Banner says:

    Whew…another potent one!

  2. Nancy Costello says:

    Words of wisdom! Many thanks.

  3. Nancy Rose Meeker says:

    Gorgeous. Yes, yes.

    In these times no refuge of answers will last…
    And the sacred alone changes us.

    Thanks, Don.

  4. Lloyd Meeker says:

    Holding space for the sacred is the principal discipline before me these days. Thanks, Don.

  5. Bill Dare says:

    Ah yes, Brother… the Sacred is where our gifts come from and honoring the Sacred in us is how we change. Thanks for this reminder.

  6. Soma Hunter says:

    The mystery, yes! Known while at the familiar bosom of Her glory.
    Beautiful current of word images touches my soul. Thank you.

  7. Pichay says:

    I have long resisted endless questions about whys and wherefores. Stillness has no room in the crowded hall of questions. It is joyful to acknowledge simple daily miracles that cannot be contrived, but which are commonplace in the flow of life. Thank you, Don.

  8. Pat Fitzsimmons says:

    OK, so this one has to go in the “Top 10”. The flow and the mystery, what else is there?
    Thank you brother for your artful penmanship

  9. Marco says:

    Just want to let you know I love it .. even if I don’t fully comprehend its meaning.

  10. Virginia Schoen says:

    in view of what we are going thru, this really touched me Don. Thank you so much.

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