Root To Rise
Hello and thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to browse around! I am a former teacher of about 10 years! Now, I enjoy staying home with my youngest two children. I’ve written poetry pretty much my entire life. I have dabbled in some instrument playing and songwriting. Writing comes very naturally to me, so here I am… trying to write a blog. I hope you enjoy reading little pieces of my life, and thank you for coming on this journey with me.
Take a breath
Digging past the clay and crust
Find the source, inside the dirt
Red layered, dry, unsoiled dust
Safely finding who you are-
Keep digging still.
On towards your core,
The mantle’s where your pleasure’s stored
Ignite the little orange flame,
Accepting them and how they came
Into your life, there is a reason,
A lesson learned or just a season,
Keep digging still.
To find your center,
Accept your truth, it is your mentor
Do not doubt yourself this way,
At your core, come what may
This little yellow litted path,
You’ve rooted down yourself at last
Take a breath and ricochet,
Back through the path you have just made.
To bridge your roots up with your heart,
This is where your new journey starts.
Lay down and relish in the green
To understand your own belief
Look up, the sky, accept the peace
Keep floating up into the blue
Acknowledging what is your truth
Speak up, speak louder, for all to hear
Then, keep floating
And do not fear
Ascend into the purple haze,
our Galaxy-Releasing Phase-
Releases, for your eyes to see
The giftedness inside of thee-
The twinkled diamonds in the sky,
White lights, igniting new insights
So, journey down to come back up
Root down to breathe, then listen up
Within yourself, down to your core,
Then you soar.
It is the only way to take- but
The choice is only yours to make.
So, keep going-
To see what life will bring to you.
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