Dreaming Eyes

Listen to dark winds caress
the leafless tree that stands
in moonlight glowing,
capturing words of wisdom
on cold gnarled branches
a thousand dreams old.
Night-tree
Open wide your dreaming eyes
as thought creates itself
here, there, and everywhere
wandering without boundaries
in the company of
its own unmoving presence. ~ ms

About Mary Strong-Spaid

You can find me any time wandering around in my own mind gathering thoughts.
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28 Responses to Dreaming Eyes

  1. ajaytao2010 says:

    excellent Mary

  2. Wow. I wrote a poem many years ago with the same feelings behind it. But it was nothing, nothing close to the gift of words you have put on the page.

    • I just read your post “The Reflective Mirror.”
      The same thought appears in different ways and words.
      Beautiful.

      • That just shows how connected we all are. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve just finished writing a post and then read another with a very similar topic and message. I truly believe these messages need to get out and so, many of us are receiving them to deliver. The same message delivered just a little differently so that everyone in their own way can hear them. Thank you for what you do.

  3. smallpebbles says:

    Beautiful…….form and the formless…….words arising making concepts to disappear in its own unmoving presence as you so well said…..thanks!! in peace…..

  4. Jas Baku says:

    Such an atmospheric tree and poem!

  5. Wonderful poem….love the tree ….

  6. That tree is almost identical to ones on the Fairlane Manor grounds.

  7. mindbender99 says:

    Amazing Pic and poetry… Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  8. Gloriouskau says:

    Fantastic work!

  9. 1EarthUnited says:

    Beautifully expressed, juxtaposing thought-full dreaming eyes with the cold harsh winter of our discontent. Love it! ♥

  10. Thank you.
    It’s all united…as your name implies!

  11. Harbans says:

    Really mesmerizing lines.

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