Poem: Freedom (corrected)

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These structures
people have made
of unknowingness
are just that,
my soul said
reopening the cage
of my inner bird,
they don´t define you
nor anyone else.
Keep on
flying free
flying free up to
the skies
and let´s
create Magic
beyond
what can
be seen.

 

– Deelia ©

with gratitude to all who serve for understanding and fair play.

 

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Color Symbolism: Purple

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In Woody Allen’s movie “The Purple Rose of Cairo,” Mia Farrow’s character, frustrated by her marital woes, falls in love with a character in a movie. The movie character also becomes attracted to her, and exits the screen to profess his love to her. The symbolism of the title is quite telling, a purple rose of Cairo standing for rare beauty and unreachable fantasy. The color purple is associated with the seventh chakra as the seat of archetypes, and the movie makes us ponder the ontological status of fantasy. The underlying thought seems to be that the real and the fantastical are not distinct: the spiritual realm is as real and has a direct impact on the main character’s life.

Violet is the highest vibrating color both in physics and in spirituality, which associates it with the crown chakra. In occultism, it is the color of the…

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Poem: Spring Party

 

The sun has said
to the gray:
It´s my turn!
The birds are
having a wondrous
morning concert.
A crow is
allowed
to croak along.

Everybody
is welcomed
to join in
the party
with their
own style,
I hum.

Yeeeeah, toots
a pheasant.

– Deelia ©

 

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