Dissolve into Spring


I’m tall
and I shine
as one with the sky
as one with the sun
the rainbow too

A moment I can’t explain fully
beyond limits of my certainty
It defies these hands
my words
my voice

I disrobe and step outside
to dissolve into spring
It will pass and I too
but I’ll be luminous
as the morning dew

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5 thoughts on “Dissolve into Spring

    1. Thanks so much Celestine! Motherhood is very rewarding but it has dismissed my muse. These encouraging words put a big smile on my face 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Alice.
      Mother and life have become more challenging and wonderful at the same time. My daughter was diagnosed with high functioning Autism and I am finally absorbing the information and coming to terms with it. I have been disappointed with the system. The doctor we saw who only took cash and lots of it also diagnosed with ADHD which in my humble opinion is incorrect and wanted to start meds right away and I don’t quite agree with how school is treating her. For now, I try to keep it simple. It is easy to get discouraged and overwhelmed. She has already made progress and to us she is the same bright and wonderful little girl. I keep reminding myself that she is the same girl as before and knowing this makes her more special and wonderful.
      Here I go again turning my thank you note to a confessional! But you have always been a kind and supportive friend and I already feel better having shared this with you.

      1. When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. When all you have is a prescription pad, everything needs to be drugged. Beware, my friend.

        You know your daughter better than anyone else. No one will look out for her interests as well as you. Everyone (including teachers) have conflicts of interest that you may never know.

        Trust yourself and your beautiful hands to do what’s right.

        ((HUGS)) all around, my friend.

        Alice

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