A winter forest stroll led me on a spirited adventure. It began when I noticed the face on a tree trunk that reminded me of a deceased loved one. I made it into a magical theme through rhythm and rhyme with a moving ending!
Sometimes, a good friend is long gone into the great void. Yet, it always feels like he's here. That's when you start talking to Heaven, not for answers, just for comfort.
A reflected look at the poetry or aphorisms of Sri Chinmoy and their meaningful impact in today's life. A soulful dedication to my dear friend Ruby for her Birthday
The great guru/poet Paramahansa Yogananda was born January 5, 1893, in Gorakhpur, India. This article focuses on his poem, "On Coming to the New-Old Land-America."
The speaker in “Thy Divine Gypsy” insists that he will follow an uncharted path to the Divine, enjoying all of the creation, which reminds him of his Beloved Creator.
The speaker in the great guru’s “The Blood of the Rose” dramatizes his connection to the soul of the rose, won through his remorse after picking the flower.
The great poet/seer/guru Paramahansa Yogananda penetrates the heart of beauty as he describes a journey through a forest on Paupack’s Peak.
The speaker in Paramahansa Yogananda's poem, "Wake, Wake, My Sleeping Hunger, Wake!," creates a little drama exploring the nature of spiritual hunger.
A small collection of poems based on themes related to the Gospel, salvation and life in Christ.
Don't stop believing. Life is about what you believe. Once again there are lesson to be learned from Charlie Brown and the gang and here they are.