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Dancing in the Wind

dance in the wind, stone woman
round and round the silences
of your silence

on the brink of half dark days
dance around the axes
of your circles of fire

dance away from forbidden places
past the echoes
of endless nights

stone woman with stinging tears
shards in your smokey soul

dance because you have to

past the house
without foundations
past delusions
carved on trees

dance away from your fantasies
away from godless depths
away from nothing, and nowhere

in your quiet, nameless dreams
dance in circles

back to your tabula rasa

© Zadu

(tabula rasa: literary means your mind in its orginal state, before you have learned anything )

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Zadu is a friend of mine and a poet.

The pencil sketch on coffee-stained paper is mine.

Enjoy our collaboration!

(To read more about the pencil sketch, click on the picture)

We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light.

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Comments

  • Maree  Clarkson
    Maree Clarksonabout 4 years ago

    Absolutely wonderful Liz, great writing and collaboration!

  • Thanks Maree, much appreciated!

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • Marethe
    Maretheabout 4 years ago

    This is so beautiful, both the writing and the sketch, it pulled my heartstrings and somehow I feel like that stone woman.

    You should do this again, together :-)

  • Thank you very much Marethe! xx

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELabout 4 years ago

    Awesome Elizabeth, great work and words.

  • Thank you Andrea!

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • Maureen Grobler
    Maureen Groblerover 3 years ago

    Oh my – look what I discovered here! This is a wonderful collaboration… wish those were my words because they sure play the strings of my heart!

  • Yes, they do, don’t they?! Thank you Maureen! ;-)

    – Elizabeth Kendall

  • phillipcmiller
    phillipcmillerover 3 years ago

    The writing of one with much experience and insight, a genlty and wonderfully stated admonition, beautifully and poignantly illustrated. Bravo, and many more bravos.

  • Thanks so much Phillip for your wonderful and very kind words! Much appreciated. ;-)

    – Elizabeth Kendall

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