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Naked 'fore the mirror and exposed for all to see
stripped of all refinery, as such one's pure and free
the journey of divinity requires that one become
transparent as a crystal - 'tis the same for everyone

Vigilance is what's required of thought and word and deed
in doing this one finds one's heart is open and is freed
of former limitations and filled with love divine
now flowing like a river 'tween God and all mankind

Purity, humility and dignity and grace
such qualities exhibited with smile upon the face
the eyes they show the soul serene and all about is calm
this is divine love manifest which soothes with loving balm

One's cup it runneth over with the greatest love of all
one's always full of joy and light and bouncing like a ball
yet stillness and an inner peace pervade the countenance
and all is held in high esteem and such great reverence

Love and light

Humility is rare because to have it you have to want nothing, yet when you have it you get everything.

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The following comments are for "NAKED 'FORE THE MIRROR"
by ElizabethAFeisst

I am reminded of the feeling of the goddess when i read this poem. it feels like she was talking through you or something.

( Posted by: thesadpoet [Member] On: January 5, 2007 )

Goddess sure is very likely this is so as I have been working with the goddess energy of recent months.... not sure about the wiccan connection as I haven't been there in my spiritual journey.

( Posted by: ElizabethAFeisst [Member] On: January 5, 2007 )

Purity, humility, dignity and grace are indeed qualities to strive for. Much like you Elizabeth.


( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: January 6, 2007 )

Thank you
Bea.... I appreciate your kindness.


( Posted by: ElizabethAFeisst [Member] On: January 6, 2007 )

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