Inside Me Was The Stillness

Poem By Diana Rosser

Woven, high between bare branches
rooks nests gather where new growth sprouts,
amidst the stillness inside me.

A tiny blue tit twittering,
flitters towards a coconut,
feeding the stillness inside me

The sky, open, glistening blue,
white clouds sailing, a seagull soaring,
through the stillness inside me.

A purple pansy perfect as the stillness inside me
people came
knocking, ringing, wanting
Then the stillness was gone.

Comments about Inside Me Was The Stillness

This is a beautiful poem about how being with nature complements the sense of stillness and peace.
..............but sometimes we only cherish that stillness, tranquility when we can compare it to the hubbub of daily life, its noise, its speed.....another gem

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