Time lengthens and slows down. To work at a poem is to enter a sacred and timeless space, the field of infinite possibilities. It is a place of silences wherein the chief activities are watching and listening. ~Sandford Lyne in Writing Poetry from the Inside Out: Finding Your Voice through the Craft of Poetry.
Sing and Fly
for sacred seed
and sun-splashed earth
and water kissed
embrace the light
wind the golden string
take wing and
“I give you the end of a golden string; / Only wind it into a ball, / It will lead you in at Heaven’s gate, / Built in Jerusalem’s wall.” ~William Blake
Note: Poem written through poem sketching as described in Writing Poetry from the Inside Out using the four-word group: kissed, sacred, water, fly.
Linking today with One Shot Poetry Wednesday.