Whispering…

Sue’s poem earned the right to claim the distinction of being the Poet of the Week for last week’s challenge. Congratulations, Sue. ❤

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

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Consciousness wavers

Ancient kindred whispering

Silent secrets shared

To know with other senses

Understanding of the heart

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For Colleen’s poetry challenge

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25 thoughts on “Whispering…

      1. Colleen, yes, Sally does and you and I love stones, rocks, and mountains too. It is in our blood I guess. You also bring magic into so many lives, mine included. I feel accepted into an amazing and talented group of women and we are all witches in our own way. I have been reluctant to say too much and so I listen and learn. I do have some rather psychic gifts that I learned to shut down a number of years ago. They can take over one’s life totally and it can be scary too. Perhaps, we can talk about some day. I am going to Canada in a couple of days and will be in gone for about nine or ten days. I will have my laptop with me, but I doubt I will have much time to be on it, not with two little grandkids to occupy my time – which I will love. Have a great weekend coming up. Karen 🙂

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          1. No, I hope next summer we will be in Toronto and I will definitly meet with Debby for lunch. We are going to Windsor and then up northeast of that, I think. Dave has his son, grandchildren, and other family members to meet with (Dave is Canadian and American both.) Karen 🙂

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      1. Sue, Wow. I wish I had known that when I visited Stonehenge so many years ago, when people could actually touch the stones and stay as long as they wanted, even into nightime – no fences just a beautiful place to visit. I was so young and didn’t know how precious that time was. However, there is a place here called Stone Mountainn that is rich in history. There are lots of granite stones here. I used to collect stones and so I think I shall start collecting them again. Thank you for sharing something so important and so amazing. Karen 🙂

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        1. I spent a lot of time at Stonehenge when I was much younger too…when there was no-one else around, no fences or crowds. I was lucky that my family had already introduced me to stones and stone circles as a very small child, so I knew just how special that time was. 🙂

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          1. Sue, how lucky for you living with so much history, culture and with parents who taught you so much. I would have traded places with anyone to live where you live, and Sally too. I lived in London for two years, and had I been given a chance I would have stayed in the British Isles anywhere. I loved the culture, the people, the way of life, so different than America. I am not a happy American – not at all. But, my husband is Canadian (so were my French grandparents and so at least I have a little English and French culture to enjoy.) Thank you for sharing this with me and I am awed! Karen 🙂 hugsxxx

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          2. I lived in France for the best part of a decade…so I appreciate the French culture (I ended up marrying a French musician there). There are many reasons why a place seems to resonate with us and get into our hearts, but I believe we are born to a particular place in this lifetime for a reason…we just have to find it 😉 x

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          3. Sue, I agree with you completely. The British Isles and Europe and any place but America for me. I just don’t like the culture here in America. I lived in Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, and England a total of 12 years of my life. All wonderful experiences. Karen 🙂

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