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i wish…

i wish
i could write the smell of late summer rain
the way it feels on parched skin
and the way it disappears in a puff of dust
when gravity returns gaia to gaia
i wish i knew why
for the love of god
man subverted
the love of god
twisted it and warped it
to claim the love of god
for war and death and the devil and evil
when we are nothing more than a raindrop
and god is the earth

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7 Comments

  1. ShaLyn says:

    ” I wish I could write the smell of late summer rain,” what a great thought… Thank you for sharing.

    thank you

  2. abnegation says:

    strong gaia
    weak gaia

    “i could write the smell of late summer rain/ the way it feels on parched skin/ …i wish i knew why/ for the love of god/ man subverted/ the love of god”

    that IS a wrap. absolutely love it!!!!

    hello my friend šŸ™‚

  3. gow says:

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  4. jp says:

    Hi, good post. I have been pondering this issue,so thanks for sharing. I will certainly be coming back to your posts.

    thank you

  5. oniongirl says:

    salve amandzing! had almost given up – and now i stumbled in way later than i should have.

    dont have any room to talk – i went walkabout for ages myself.

    hoping you are well… and blessed. good to see some work from you again… it’s a really good one too. love the rain line.

    thank you šŸ™‚ incredibly busy at the moment, but the words and phrases are piling up. i’m going to have to download soon…

  6. Tel says:

    it would be wonderful to always capture the wonders of the world around us. i love what you’ve done to the site!

    thanks friend, all thats missing is some new words šŸ˜¦

  7. Tel says:

    You’ll get there…feast or famine. I’ve been through those dry spells myself.

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