Choosing Light

As always, we can flow with this in the calm of Zero Point, or wrestle with the currents in the chaotic fray of the storm.~Sandra Walter

As I’m treading this water, a dollop
of despair descends before I can duck
into now. Linear echos call up
the past. No choice at the junction I’m stuck

so I equivocate; my calls to flow
just agitate. Eyes closed, I center, ground
and so remember breath. All I don’t know
can be held lightly or denied, thrown down.

All that I have just might be anchors, pull
me from the sacred receptivity
just asking, how can I serve right now? Full
and empty, streaming creativity.

Inspired by: Dollop, Lightly, Junction and Equivocate.

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Victoria Stuart

I'm a poet, philosopher and inner seeker. A giver, lover and a healer who studies the heart.

6 thoughts on “Choosing Light”

  1. This seems a bit different to your usual style Victoria. Have I got that right or wrong? I like it anyway, it flows so well.

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