About the Poetry

All of the poems in this blog are spirit-inspired. Every word came to me each day for a full year while in deep meditation. I simply wrote what I heard onto a pad of paper in my lap with eyes closed – meaningful, multi-stanza verses in mere minutes. I was unaware of each poem’s theme until I transcribed it later word for word. Each day brought new and wondrous discoveries about the world beyond our five physical senses, incredible wisdom, and messages of hope which I share with you in this blog. The last poems received are displayed below on this page, but the entire collection of 365+ poems are archived here in the left-hand column. You can search by topic or keyword using the search box in the upper left corner. May you find among them just the right message which speaks to your heart.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Poem #121 - History

After not getting a poem yesterday for the first time in 4 months I heard:

Worry not so much
If you have lost your touch.
Here, there, and everywhere
We always do abide.
We’re here at your side.

* * *
Then, a new poem...

An accounting of the past
A way to make things last
Tales of glory
Tell a story
Of things gone by
What and why

It does repeat
Life, it is replete
With birth and death
Take new breath
Only to pass

Why the repetition?
Always competition…
This is how you grow
This to you we show:
It’s part of evolution
One big revolution
All a part of one big whole
Just like your mind and soul
Round and round they go
When they stop you do not know

Step aboard
The light you move toward
Draws you near
This please revere
Your Source
The Force
The one thing with no history
Nothing but eternity
Always there
For all time
Simply Divine
God IS.


  1. I just love the first part. We are only human and cannot do things perfectly all the time...

  2. My favorite line is "All a part of one big whole" as once again, the message of "oneness" comes through from the Council of Poets. I find comfort in the reassurance that the world of spirit is always near...and that "God IS" and is the "one thing with no history."

    The first two stanzas begin with "History..." Then the third asks the question, "Why the repetition?" And the fourth stanza is bold in starting with "Step aboard..." I found the directive to be effective for me this morning.

    It was worth waiting an extra day for this one, Suzanne. May we all move toward the light as we "make history" today.