“As I fall up” ~a poem by Linda Willows


Photograph by Liloni Luca

As I fall up
my arms stretch wide.
I feel a winged
sky born stride.
The clouds pass by
like mists that soar
and tumble round
soft Heaven’s door.
I wish no thing,
I want no more.
This Moment’s rise
‘tis All Adore.
Falling up I shed,
I leapt.
The Glory Light
flew in…
I wept.

©2012 Linda Willows

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Photograph by Szczepan Podolec

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21 thoughts on ““As I fall up” ~a poem by Linda Willows

  1. To feel,to accept,to let yourself boil down in the mist of emotions …to forgive …and then a Divine wind fall you up…
    you could breath now, maybe for first time the True Happiness..AWE….as that rise by the Soul conection To ONE.
    and i wept with you …
    as you are not alone
    dear Linda
    THANKS

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  2. Such a graceful ascent Linda ~ very lovely words depicting a glorious journey into the Divine. What a lovely image too… wonderful post once again ~ Much Love to you ~ R

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  3. And I would surely weep with you ~ as even in the image you’ve created ~ forgotten not my tears. Thank you for this, dear Linda. You pull at the sash that reigns my heart. ~ Love, Bobbie

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  4. Your words seemed to shout from the top of the world…
    echoing for all to hear….
    Beautiful Linda…
    )0(
    maryrose

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    1. Thank you MaryRose, what a wonderful feeling lives ‘at the top of the world’ and it is ours to have….so happy to hear your voice, feel your beautiful Heart, Love to you!

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  5. Linda, there are moments, when after reading your poetry, that all I can do is sit before the computer with my hands hovering over the keyboard and let the spirit wash over me…like now.

    Although these words can never adequately convey the emotion I feel…thank you.

    Be encouraged!

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    1. Stephen, your words touch me deeply in my heart and soul…for you, I write, for this, I write…to touch the soul of another is everything, my deepest gratitude for your comment. love, Linda

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