The Night Flight

Winters Night
Winters Night

The Flight

Sealed in a cocoon of light, I reach out for the stars at night, And dream of all that is to come, And all that’s gone before me.

Then suddenly a spark I see, From deep across infinity, This star, this star, this star fly’s forth, Ever rushing towards me

This star brings me to the place, The place where I will live For the remainder of days I’ll ponder, Just what’s has it to give.

This star you see he takes my hand, And flies me through the night And like a phoenix rises, Then as dragon on stone he lites

This stone of crystal is so brilliant, Brilliant to behold, This crystal see it cannot lift, Because it is so old

The ground would never cough it up, The earth in which it lies Has grown solid in the cold, Never more to rise

Reflection of both suns and moon, Shine on its very surface, And suddenly you realize Just what is its purpose

To heal those things, untouchable things, And as these things unwind We find those things, were such things We’d thought we’d left behind.

Kari Shinal Copyright-Nov. 2006

Kari Shinal Copyright Nov. 2006

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Tuatha 3 years ago from Fayetteville, NC Author

Thank you Gypsy for the comment. I am glad to hear of other Hubber's with similar views about crystals. Glad you enjoyed it!


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Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up and awesome. A wonderful poem. I've heard of healing crystals. I have this thing with stone there are certain which I just have to pick up and hold on to and I believe they bring along a good aura. Passing this on.


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Tuatha 3 years ago from Fayetteville, NC Author

I have a strong affinity for crystals and stones. Large collection. All of them have a purpose in my book. Thanks for the comment.


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annart 3 years ago from SW England

Lovely! Dreams healing and dreams recalling our past. A crystal fits dreams so well as it has different facets and shines in all directions - love it!

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