In this helter-skelter life you have given me shelter,
Though my home is always with you, this is so true;
And I have no bank full of money, yet I am thankful
And though I could be so strangled by despondency
As to paralyze me, I realize that troubles of any size
Are never too great for you, but you offer me a prize
In your arms, safe from all harms,
And my head rests on your chest;
So I may not know the future, but I know you, Love,
And this is enough from above life’s sick cacophony;
There’s no agony constantly, monstrously haunting
Nor any dæmons taunting me as I sit by your Tree,
Where I am completely free and my spirit at liberty;
And how can I portray the intimacy we share,
Or is that something I even ought to lay bare?
It is no duty for me to bow to your beauty,
But pleasure alone, like long lost treasure!
I am yours and you are mine; our dance is divine!
Note: First published in December 2016, now being republished for the enjoyment (and inspiration?) of new reader-followers. Blessings to one and all!
8 thoughts on “In the Dance of the Divine”
Jonathan this was superbly divine dancing to our beloved and the picture was so awesome. Great words
Thank you, Kamal! This is one of my personal favorites and, again, I was blessed to find such an appropriate illustration to accompany the poem. Blessings to you!
Yes I too loved it. Dancing to his love so beautiful isn’t it
Amen and amen! 👍 🙂