Realign

To my precious readers:

2010-2019 was a decade of internal growth for me, and I’m much happier because of it.

As we enter a new decade, may all of us continually find strength to realign and let our soul songs sing.

I wish you a marvelous 2020 and a fulfilling decade to come.

~ Ivy

Listen to Ivy read Realign

 

You live in one who has the strength it takes to realign.

Grasp beauty deep within your bones. Unfractured you shall stand

to save your soul song from the mind in you that’s gone awry.

 

Your sadness blooms in fields of green where childhood freedoms died.

Through lenses formed by social screams, a vision clear is banned.

You live in one who has the strength it takes to realign.

 

A courage fierce safeguards a mind and heart in full supply

to love as self should always love. This element demands

to save your soul song from the mind in you that’s gone awry.

 

Remove world-blackened rules, destructive, forced upon your eyes.

Suffer not unsighted ones who spew unthinking commands.

You live in one who has the strength it takes to realign.

 

Release thick toxic flow of will and let your spirit guide.

Embrace bright moments crystal clear and lead your footsteps grand

to save your soul song from the mind in you that’s gone awry.

 

May peace unlatch your rusted cage to grant your soul song flight.

Bleed a phrase for thoughts that drain. Nurture inner health. Expand.

You live in one who has the strength it takes to realign

to save your soul song from the mind in you that’s gone awry.

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11 thoughts on “Realign

  1. I have read this exquisite verse a number of times, My Butterfly Brave. Your use of refrain is never anything less than flawless and your courage and interminable spirit shines through every solitary word and breath. I felt the strength in your recital. You truly are an awakener of souls. And I see you so very clearly. Magnificence. As always. The Great Lady Papillon.

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