Saturday, May 2, 2015

Feather Throat




14 comments:

Susan said...

I like a bird being a feather throat! What a way to overcome restrictions.

Vandana Sharma said...

Beautifully presented:)

Björn Rudberg said...

I love the thought of finding your voice with the mockingbird. Wonderful

Jim said...

We are wonderfully made and are given the opportunity for new beginnings. Then it will come naturally for us to praise the One who designed us that way.
You did a good job of fitting your message into a fifty-five.
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Kerry O'Connor said...

What a truly remarkable post, Susie - words, pictures all achieve a feeling of Zen for me.

Sanaa Rizvi said...

To greet each morning with the same zest and zeal of a mockingbird... have to admit is enticing :D

Loved this poem :D
xoxo

Outlawyer said...

This is lovely, Susie--all the different parts fit together beautifully. k.

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Brilliant and beautiful! The first verse is especially beautiful, and then the second verse rounds it off to such a perfect conclusion.

De said...

YES. I love that I Am. :)

hedgewitch said...

Expertly drawn together metaphor, here Susie, and the poem, though full of its cargo of wisdom, falls as lightly as a feather.

Sherry Blue Sky said...

"I sat in the wind song of a mockingbird" and the "feather throat of joy". Wow! Soaring and lyrical, Susie.

Hannah said...

For me the feeling of separateness and then a shift into oneness occurred...what a poignant presentation, Susie!

Gail said...

I love it!

Sara mcnulty said...

I love, "the feather throat of joy."