Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Fireflies


Fireflies
the small door that wedged me out began to grow.
or was it that i became a mouse on the heels of fireflies
bearing light. allowing me to see, discovering awareness.
my intention was set free to chase dreams
when i turn my eyes inward and quit trying to change
what i cannot control.
i am certain the wings carrying light were
my Creator in disguise.
guiding me through a blanket of darkness.
abundant moon come take me away
as you lay outstretched over the sea.
enlighten. excite. as though from the beginning.
to hold the same spirit from the start
yet see yourself over there at the end
doing exactly as you were destined.
make packets holding treasures.
attempt to make something from nothing
as your 8 year old self.
believe with those young eyes again!






 reads: When you put your intention out in the world, the universe rewards you by giving you the awareness to notice the intricacies you might have otherwise overlooked.


i have been reading the Wayne Dyer's Power of Intention. an empowering book and only $.89 for the kindle edition.

5 comments:

Tessa said...

Oh, this is so great! And what's crazy is that I'm reading the same book. I started it a few weeks ago, but am reading it so slowly and savoring every little bit. Such a great book! :)

Susie said...

OMG. I LOVE this so much. It fits exactly into what I've been feeling, experiencing the last few days. I can't wait till registration opens for your upcoming on-line class. I am very excited. The book sounds pretty awesome so I will add that to my list of books to read in 2012.

Jackie said...

Love your beautiful poem!! It was fitting for me today. Wayne Dyer is great - I went and downloaded that book - can't wait to get started!

wanda miller said...

...and a bit parallel...i saw real fireflies for the first time in my life in panama about 4 years ago. every summer i think they they are like little tinker bells, so very magical as is your artwork mindy! and far and away POWER OF INTENTIONS...THE NIGHT CIRCUS...it's sooo imaginary, i am half way through it! beautiful poem! xo

Lisa Graham Art said...

I have heard of that book. Will have to look at. Thanks for the tip.

What you wrote was very deep and very nice.