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My Silken Altar

The reflective image below is one taken of my south facing window, 
which is more like an altar to me because of the ever changing light
that allows for embracing the moments of silent connection and praise.
I take many photographs from this window as I marvel at the sun's energy 
to illuminate or in this case reveal through shadows and reflections.
This image has been sitting in my file for sometime,
it has a hidden message for me that 
I knew would one day surface...
  

Heart broken open
by the mystery of you...
love stitches together.

 Gentle love rides pain
like silken thread slips through jute
spring balm for raw edge.

Stitch with silken love
the polarities of life 
embrace the mystery...


Sending to Rebecca for healing...
Haiku my Heart

Comments

Hazel Ceej said…
Embrace the mystery - I would love to... even if sometimes I do not have any idea what I am doing.
foxysue said…
That is the best way Hazel, dropping ideas just going with what feels right to the heart! x
judie said…
These are healing words straight from your heart. Lovely mysterious photo.
Laura said…
exquisitely stitched with love and light… may healing flow and flow and flow.
readinpleasure said…
Lovely imagery. Beautifully done!
Stephanie said…
Beautiful, this image, and your words, the thought in my mind that it is always changing...a palette to place your yourself alongside the changing light.

x...x
gma said…
Sacred moments when the light moves and you experience it.
Your words so deeply moving Sue... Love, Love, Love... Yes. Broken open and embracing the Mystery. We will spend our lives doing that for sure! And what a lovely altar - soft and welcoming. Just beautiful. Glad to be sharing in your wonderful experience... Heart Hugs...
Lea said…
Dear Sue, such love in this post, from your sweet heart... I love this alter and how it is ever changing, a mystery in itself, of hope and wonder... XO
pieceofpie said…
I love an open window and it's changing light... to be filled with the light of pure love... majestic...
carol l mckenna said…
Magical photo and haiku are so insightful and encouraging ~ thanks, xxx

artmusedog and carol
www.acreativeharbor.com
wabisabipoet said…
Oh! this spoke to me! I often take photos and don't know the reason for weeks or months until they decide to reveal themselves to me ! Beautiful poem!http://wabisabipoet.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/wispy-dreams/
rebecca said…
my darling,
south facing. an altar of light.
kept and treasured while waiting for the deeper meaning.
thank you for stitching with the love and light once again,
my heart to yours.
xoxoxoxo
Cat said…


love and light

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