"Autism & Memoirs of an Old Maid"…C'hele's Story

July 10, 2007

“Windswept”

Filed under: Poetry — C'hele @ 13:06

I stood in front of a window today.

And as I stood there,

I was besotted with what nature expressed in front of me.

I decided to listen to what the Great Mystery had to convey.

It was such an amazing experience-

To allow myself to be serenaded to

By such beautiful, sacred music

That nothing but the wind only knows how to provide.

C’hele

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4 Comments »

  1. Very lovely. I have moments like that…Thank goodness and thank you for expressing the moment so beautifully.

    Comment by mrachel — July 10, 2007 @ 13:35

  2. Beautiful! My senses are usually heightened after (and during) a heavy snowstorm, especially when the clouds clear enough to reveal the majestic snowy landscape.

    Comment by Sherri — July 12, 2007 @ 02:42

  3. I sometimes find myself longing to be outside as I stand at work and look out at the large windows there…then I remember I live in Houston and it’s probably 100 degrees outside. 🙂

    Lovely words, C’hele!

    Comment by vroni1208 — July 13, 2007 @ 06:53

  4. I really do understand very little of nature. And come to think of it I often wonder if I ponder at all on nature and her charm. Reminds me actually of a song from the Bjork Movie – “Dancers in the Dark” – I’ve seen it all

    Bottomline, I’m plain jealous I can’t write such poems on nature.

    Smile.

    Comment by Clownscape — July 13, 2007 @ 08:52


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