thought shapes

Poem #59 from a series of meditations: the Pilgrim (Final for Series 1) Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction they are shaped with thoughts pilgrim pondered into mounds of white glory of grey portent stretched into tresses they are impressions of an idea of rain illumination in the shards of a jagged light that leads … Continue reading thought shapes

the future now

Poem #58 from a series of meditations: the Pilgrim (Final for Series 1) Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction the future runs ahead pilgrim it expands like the universe to each possible point of each possible compass now is a temporary label that fills each moment for all of every day © Frank Prem 2005 … Continue reading the future now

unwrapping

Poem #57 from a series of meditations: the Pilgrim (Final for Series 1) Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction it is sometimes said pilgrim that the self has the greatest need to be unwrapped over time confusion has emerged regarding that which is presented that which is gift that which is … all when I … Continue reading unwrapping

dark concept

Poem #56 from a series of meditations: the Pilgrim Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction call the light up pilgrim to fathom the darkness it is an un-ending well whose depths begin at the periphery of sight always at the edges dark aura begins and a passage between realms might be something more than concept … Continue reading dark concept

anise in season

Poem #55 from a series of meditations: the Pilgrim Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction the season changes pilgrim not with the designations or notations marked in an almanac the buds are full bursting the colour emerges single spots on one side of the tree each day more and the intoxication of anise released by … Continue reading anise in season

reflection on then

Poem #52 from a series of meditations: the Pilgrim Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction do not be afraid pilgrim this light is just the past there are moments when it is best to simply bow your head a moment of reflection for the past is never far nor ever suppressed only acquiescent while you … Continue reading reflection on then

conclusions

Poem #51 from a series of meditations: the Pilgrim Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction answer the question pilgrim are you greater or lesser for having judged if you judge fairly you are no more than you have ever been but if you err pilgrim by harshness or haste perhaps through ignorance what then let … Continue reading conclusions