èirigh na grèine / sunrise

Karen Bain-Writer

Karen Bain - Writer

I walk towards infinity. how good to

finally be one with all in me. to lie down,

in cool rained grass. to seek no more.

to lay my limbs among the roots

of trees. s t r e t c h i n g o u t the dusk

filled sky. to bleed forth dreams,

into the sap of man. let go, to breathe

to die. death as journey,

the withered path inside. returning.

recognition, under towering oak.

connecting roots, that flow beyond coming spring,

return us to the blood of life. the beating

damp earths soothe.

we whisper memory into the wind,

as overhead, crow flies free,

awakening earths sunrise.

©Copyright Karen Bain 2017.All Rights Reserved.

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. me ne accorgo ora, ti ho accusato di non saper risolvere il problema dell’ascesa delle forze reazionarie/fasciste, ti ho dato del ”crumiro”, ”riformista” e ”menscevico”ti sembra che stessi rispondendo a te?? ”Noi leggiamo libri e alleniamo il cervello” …diceva…


  2. Amen, Annegb. Amen. I thank Heavenly Father regularly in my prayers we had a Family Practice doc who was open-minded enough to recognize our little baby needed something a prescription drug couldn’t give. That simple decision opened a whole world of options I wouldn’t have ever known even existed.Congrats on finding a Dr. who solved one of your medical medical mysteries. That is a true victory in my book.


  3. To paraphrase General Patton, FOX News commentators know even less about unit cohesion than they do about fornication. I have seen soldiers go to Leavenworth for doing the kind of stuff Trotta seems to think is a matter of course. Military juries are notoriously unforgiving of those who injure their fellow soldiers, and rightfully to.


  4. Nice read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch because I found it for him smile Therefore let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch!


  5. My thanks for the reblog of my poem! Such a beautiful creative space here. X


  6. DeanJean says:

    I was drawn to the beautiful title…is that Irish?

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you for checking the poem out! The title is in Gàidhlig.. Scottish Gaelic..

      Liked by 1 person

      1. DeanJean says:

        Wow! Thanks for telling me – I don’t know how to say this but the shape and structure of Gaelic resonates with me somewhat, even though I can’t read it. It fits the poem very well.

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      2. You’re welcome.. yes gaelic is a wonderful language of voice & song of people.. and of land.. of past & present.. it echoes. the structure of my poem sits within it’s landscape hopefully. Thanks again for your comment.


  7. MickHugh says:

    This is the kind of pastoralism I can get into

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Many thanks for reading, and for your wonderful comment!


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