Friday, September 25, 2009

LAST NIGHT I DIED


Last night I died!
My soul in poignancy detached from earthy ties.
Last night eternity seemed something tangible, something I had known
all along but could not define.
Eternity - winging through hazy recollections of beautiful dream clouds of fantasy, drifting on and on serenely,
endless in space - hearing soft fluttering whispers
of the night, whisperings of love, of happiness and peace.
Beautiful longings - crystalizing into life's sublime ultimatum
soaring on, ever on, drinking, sipping, toxifying
nectar held out to me, beckoning, tantalizingly real.
Last Night I Died!

30 comments:

  1. HI MARGIE -

    Stunning and powerful. I am shivering. Thank you for the crescendo! Your words inspire and explode.

    LOve to you
    Gail
    peace.....

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  2. Wow! The spirit can go to so many beautiful places. I love it!
    This is one of your best!

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  3. It would be so wonderful if each one of us could experience this.

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  4. Last night I think you had a beautiful dream, your spirit reached high and touched your true home.......love this poem my friend:-) Hugs

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  5. wish some of the things in my dreams come true when i die in them....thats a beautiful thought u have expressed and wonderful lines :)..

    urs..hemu..

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  6. Well, I'm glad you came back to life this morning!

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  7. Incredibly and powerful. Thanks for being out there and sharing. Love to you

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  8. Margie...

    what a powerfully beautiful poem... what a lovely experience to sip of the eternal cup and to have known its whisperings... and what blissful joy to have you back so you could share it with us too :)

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  9. brought here through Paula, look forward to reading

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  10. Wow If you've been by that bank of that river, no- the river itself, by that shore of the sea, no- in the very sea... and come back ...what an experience!
    You describe feelings in such a beautiful way my dearest.
    Thank you and please >keep writing!
    It is adorable }}}xxx{{{{

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  11. I've had a night or two like that myself but could never describe it as well as you have. Beautiful Margie!

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  12. Lovely...

    Hope you're well dear friend:)

    Take care

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  13. Hello Gail, you are so welcome and many thanks for your most kind words.
    Love to you.
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    Hi Anne
    From our recent talks I had a feeling you might really enoy this poem and you tell me that you love it ... wonderful!
    Thanks very very for the very nice comment.


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    Hello TechoBabe
    Yes, it will be wonderful and I believe that everyone will.
    Take care.

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    Hi Bernie
    So glad to know you loved this poem.
    Thanks very much.
    Hugs.

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    Hello Hemanth
    Many thanks for the kind words ... they are appreciated.

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    Hi Alicia
    Hugs to you, my friend.
    Will call soon.

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    Hello Steve
    Very much alive, you did not really think that I had died, did you???


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    Hi Paula
    Your kind words mean a lot to me.
    Thanks very much.
    And I am very glad you are out there and sharing too.
    Love to you.

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    Hello Joanne
    I always so enjoy having you visit.
    Many thanks on the lovely comment.
    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

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    A warm welcome to you, Kay.
    I shall be by to visit you soon.

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  14. Hello Dulce
    How sweet you are.
    Your comments always make me happy.
    And I enjoy sharing so you are so welcome.
    Thanks so much.
    xxx

    Margie:)

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  15. Hi Janice
    The beautiful way you write I'm betting you would have been able to do describe just as well as what I wrote ... I know that you would have.
    I so love all your lovely writings.

    Thanks very much for your kind words, my friend.

    Margie:)

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  16. Thanks so much, kai
    Hugs

    Margie:)

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  17. Hello Sam
    Oh, how nice having you visit again.
    I am doing ok and hope all is wonderful with you, dear.

    Many thanks for your nice comment.

    Margie:)

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  18. Dear Ms. Margie:

    Memorial is a beautiful poem with a deeply meaning. Congratulations!

    Sincerely, Jaime

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  19. Absolutely stunning piece of writing! I think this is ur BEST so far, out of all the many wonderful posts u hv written. This is Keshi's FAV :)

    WOW!

    Keshi.

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  20. To know death is to know life! Beautiful and wise words you have shared, thank-you.

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  21. Ah Yes, to die to limitation, illusion, confinement, restraint - to know the feeling of freedom - all knowing present, all space and time dissolved, all merged with an eternal breath of spirit. Beautifully conveyed dear Margie,

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  22. Welcome to my blog, Jamie and many thanks for the kind words on my poem Memorial.

    Margie:)

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  23. Hello dear Keshi
    I had a feeling that it might just be your fav and I'm so very happy to know that as guess what, it's actually mine too.
    It's a poem that makes me feel such peace.

    I so appreciate your wonderful comment on my poem ... thanks so much, my kind friend!

    Margie
    xxx

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  24. Hello Mark
    I so agree with your words, "to know death is to know life"
    Thank you very much for the kind words on my poem.
    And I love to share so you are most welcome.

    Margie:)

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  25. Hi Rose Marie
    It's truly the ultimate!
    I appreciate your insightful and kind comment.
    Many thanks to you.

    Margie:)

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  26. Dear Aurora
    Thanks very much.

    Margie:)

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  27. sounds like you might have died in a very good way that night...smiles. very beautiful words...

    how are you with your hubby away?

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker