Deep in the Still

‘Deep in the Still’

Deep in the still,
And into the night.
Just me and Heaven’s eyes
Become one upon first sight.

I look to you for peace,
As you shine your light.
Amazed at your pure beauty,
Such a mass entity of delight.

I walk with thee in the night.
As I climb the righteous stairway.
Deep breath in
As I absorb what you say.

Deep in the still,
As you whisper in my ear.
Gentle breeze of a kiss.
What is it you see upon my face?
A tear?

A tear of joy falls upon my cheek,
That makes me drop to my knees
To bless this Earth.
Such a beautiful sight to be seen.

Deep in the still,
And into the night.
Just me and Heaven’s eyes
Become one upon first sight.

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6 Responses to Deep in the Still

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  2. Mike Hopkins says:

    Very nice indeed.

    Take care,
    Mike

  3. Susan says:

    “Deep in the still,
    As you whisper in my ear.
    Gentle breeze of a kiss.
    What is it you see upon my face?
    A tear?”

    How I love the play of images in this poem. The massive eye of the night speaks to your ear! Picture that! And then sensing the enormity of that presence emitting a whisper a kiss and seeing something as small as a tear. The power of all is indeed awesome. My wish is that everyone–especially all children–be able to take this loving stroll in the night!

    • SamaraMarie says:

      Susan,

      Thank you for your comment. I really appreciate it. I love going hiking and walking at night. There’s something very soothing about it. It seems like nature speaks to me so much at that time, and I can see a beauty that is much different from what I see during the day.

      Take Care,
      Samara

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