Soul Songs – A Poem

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

The world is a towered belfry,

Its bell hums beneath auditory.

Its comfort soul songs too low,

For ears to hear its moving canto.

In ambient duets with Poseidon,

In tunes on piano with Neptune,

Terra croons softly,

Swaying unhurriedly

The cradle of life.

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspiration, sometimes writer, faith

19 thoughts on “Soul Songs – A Poem

  1. The world is our monastery
    (Its comfort soul songs too low)
    Sometimes yes, it just allows for a slow
    Quiet Waltz
    should suffice and satisfy
    For just a little while
    Besides it is nice and gentle
    As one learns to be tender
    Passing through the storms
    Waltzing and gaining ground with energy
    The treble cleft, my favourite sketch when I’m musing. I love the bold copper or bronze look..

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    1. What a beautiful image…” the world is our monastery”. Your insight is very deep. I love “the quiet waltz” on the way through storms. Powerful vision of endurance through trials. Thank you as always your words – rich rich soil! Blessings

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