I Flow Like Water
It starts with a drop falling,
A stream melting down the mountainside.
It bubbles up through rock and crevice.
Moving over, around and with each obstacle encountered on its way.
Each break and fall brings renewed energy
Moving with grace and determination,
It may ebb but does not cling for long
Coursing forward, onward through darkness and light.
With breakneck speed it joins itself to the larger body
Into the communal whole it tumbles fearless
Merges to the vastness beyond the separate, singular drop
Becoming something greater, brimming beyond its boundaries into the unified flow.
©Donna Donabella 2018
I recently have been reading May Sarton’s, Journal of Solitude, and Brené Brown’s, Braving the Wilderness. Both books have been speaking to me of my path, my inner work. And this poem was born of that reading and work. It is how I feel myself evolving.
I am joining in with Poets United for their weekly poetry link up for poets who blog.
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