POEMS: “Death Has No Sting” by Trina Graves

Death Has No Sting June 12, 2020 Trina Graves1 Comment Quote Title: Kryon-Lee Carroll Death has no sting You’ve done it before You just open up And go through a door Leaving your overcoat To be recycled to Earth Not needed anymore It contains no worth Leaving linear time Re-uniting your Energy Remembering who you are…

A quote from Mahmoud Darwish on dying

Let’s be friendly and open together I’ll give you my well-filled life and you give me a view of the planets No one exactly dies Rather souls change their looks and address. —Mahmoud Darwish John Berger and Rema Hammami trans.

MYSTICAL POEMS: “Deathless” By Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Deathless   There lies in the centre of each man’s heart A longing and love for the good and pure; And if but an atom, or larger part, I tell you this shall endure—endure— After the body has gone to decay— Yea, after the world has passed away. The longer I live and the more…

POEMS FROM A MOTHER: “Farewell letter” by David Whyte

Farewell letter She wrote me a letter after her death and I remember a kind of happy light falling on the envelope as I sat by the rose tree on her old bench at the back door, so surprised by its arrival wondering what she would say, looking up before I could open it and…

SPIRITUAL POEMS: “The Question” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

“The Question” Beside us in our seeking after pleasures, Through all our restless striving after fame, Thorough all our search for worldly gains and treasures There walketh one whom no man likes to name. Silent he follows, veiled of form and feature, Indifferent if we sorrow or rejoice, Yet that day comes when every living…