The Tailor

Looking up

 

Scurrying,

hurrying,

frantic to-do-worrying,

blind-eyed,

soul-dried,

blinkers block the view.

Slowing,

knowing,

intake of the blowing,

raising,

gazing,

comprehending blue.

Standing,

landing,

soul-to-sky expanding,

seeing,

freeing,

seeking golden dreams.

Stretching,

fetching,

drinking in the etching,

reclining,

aligning,

repairing at the seams.

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13 comments on “The Tailor

  1. I love this poem and photo, especially ‘soul-to-sky-expanding’ .

  2. Gallivanta says:

    Yes, my seams often need the services of a good tailor. I come unravelled and unstitched quite a lot.

  3. Geraldine says:

    Oh, I really enjoyed reading this! Happy Fall. 🙂

  4. Wonderful poem, Melody, and one I can also relate to…it’s amazing how the seams need repairing more often as I get older! 🙂

  5. Another great poem Melody. It’s very catchy and extremely fast paced. I could do with a little repairing right now, I’m bursting at the seams. Breathe in I say to myself. Enjoy the rest of the evening.

    • melodylowes says:

      I think we all get chewed on a bit in our fast-paced living – yes, breathe – and take the time to repair the damage done by stitching in a little ‘me time’ to your day if you can! I know I sure need it! Thanks once again for your visit and thoughtful response…

  6. Seams should be unstitched! We should swell and be swept up by beauty, don’t you think we’d have so much more to proffer another? Faithfully Debbie

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