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Updated on June 6, 2012
Woven fabric sample from victorialouise_ Source: flickr.com
Woven fabric sample from victorialouise_ Source: flickr.com
Underwater world from "TUKA" Source: flickr.com
Underwater world from "TUKA" Source: flickr.com
Outer Space from Sarai Fotography Source: flickr.com
Outer Space from Sarai Fotography Source: flickr.com

Threads

By Tony DeLorger © 2012


The threads of endless woven life,

into a fabric, a divine respite,

worlds surround in complex array,

while we the threads all snug, dismay.


Together we in creation fit,

each thread a woven miracle sit,

dwarfed by majestic endless skies,

our fears so trite in selfish lies.


Our colours often dull and bland,

in self-confessed and idles hands,

unwilling to respect our part,

the fibers of our un-sharing hearts.


Together threads of gold and spray,

in colours vast and in death betray,

a vivid fabric of human joy,

so tight in weave to not destroy.


Such strength a weave that’s woven true,

acceptance sound and love imbued,

each one of us a vital part,

the fabric of life not fall apart.


Envisioned hope arrests those fears,

that woven hearts dry all those tears,

and find in right some common ground,

all colours meld and life resounds.


Each thread, each colour,

each thought, each bliss,

a woven gift of life, a kiss.


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      Tony DeLorger 4 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Thanks Daniel and healingsword; I'm glad you both enjoyed it. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment. Cheers!

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      Ann Wehrman 4 years ago from California

      Inspiring and beautiful, and the photos add much to your poem's power. Good job!

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      Daniel Peebles 4 years ago

      Lovely. Deep. Love provoking. Thank you.

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