Poem: Butterfly Paradise

 

two white

butterflies

dance together

across the

landscape,

their mutual

joy

and lightness

reflect

the inner

 

the chrysalis

phase

is gone,

did

I ever

think

otherwise

 

playfully

they

swirl

together

like

there

never

was

anything

dense.

 

– Deelia ©

 

 

Images

Two White Butterflies by Vincent van Gogh /wikiart.org

Cryptic Wood White Butterflies by Butterfly Conservation

Poem: Divine Cartomancy

 

Did I happen

to watch a

tv series

where

a lady

was doing a

magic trick

with playing

cards to

a man.

Exactly the

same happy

four cards

were randomly

pulled forth

that I had

again

been shown

during

a meditation

to be my

guidance.

 

We are

unconditionally

indulged

by the universe,

endlessly,

funnily

love

flows.

 

– Deelia ©

 

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Poem: A Radio Full of Stars

 

My radio
is in sync
with me;
it often
gives
me
good
chuckles
in form
of synchronicity.
Like it
repeats my
thoughts
in exact timing,
or plays
a song
as a confirmation
to my mind
reminding
me that
magic
is always
up-to-date.
Nothing
is really
mundane.

We are
connected
to the
loving field,
its
all encompassing
Magic
catches
us all.

**

One night
I was looking
for the stars
on the Internet;
immediately
when I
opened the
first
image
the radio
began to play
A Sky Full of
Stars
by
Coldplay.

There
was even
more to it,
as I had
been asking
for the next
heart song
to add to
my dance
floor.

I now play it to
you
because of
my joyful
gratitude.

– Deelia ©

A Sky Full of Stars by Coldplay

 

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Dream Catcher Magic

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Knowing that I love dream catchers my lovely niece sent me a self designed drawing of a dream catcher for my birthday last week. Not enough that it happens to hold precious numerological and other personal meanings to me (like the seven pointed star as one of them, the symbol of my life purpose, also known as Mystic Star), it intuitively seems to be catching the story of Ojibwe Dream Catcher History. Read the last sentence of the excerpt and count the petals of the flower web in addition to the seven pointed star. The excerpt is from Dream-Catchers.org at http://www.dream-catchers.org/ojibwe-dream-catcher-history/ where you can read the full story as well as find more information about the fascinating dream catcher theme:

“Long ago in the ancient world of the Ojibwe Nation, the Clans were all located in one general area of that place known as Turtle Island. This is the way that the old Ojibwe storytellers say how Asibikaashi (Spider Woman) helped Wanabozhoo bring giizis (sun) back to the people. To this day, Asibikaashi will build her special lodge before dawn. If you are awake at dawn, as you should be, look for her lodge and you will see this miracle of how she captured the sunrise as the light sparkles on the dew which is gathered there.

Asibikaasi took care of her children, the people of the land, and she continues to do so to this day. When the Ojibwe Nation dispersed to the four corners of North America, to fill a prophecy, Asibikaashi had a difficult time making her journey to all those cradle boards, so the mothers, sisters, & Nokomis (grandmothers) took up the practice of weaving the magical webs for the new babies using willow hoops and sinew or cordage made from plants. It is in the shape of a circle to represent how giizis travels each day across the sky. The dream catcher will filter out all the bad bawedjigewin (dreams) & allow only good thoughts to enter into our minds when we are just abinooji. You will see a small hole in the center of each dream catcher where those good bawadjige may come through. With the first rays of sunlight, the bad dreams would perish. When we see little asibikaashi, we should not fear her, but instead respect and protect her. In honor of their origin, the number of points where the web connected to the hoop numbered 8 for Spider Woman’s eight legs or 7 for the Seven Prophecies.”

For the lovers of stories I also recommend to read the Lakota Dream Catcher History on the same site: http://www.dream-catchers.org/lakota-dream-catcher-history/

 

Image: Drawing by Deelia´s niece ©

Poem: Heavenly Reminders

 

That what
tickles
your fancy
might
give
clues of
those
special
signs
we chose
before the
Enter
to
remember.

A special
energy,
a piece
of jewellery,
a body part,
a scent so
enchanting,
a color,
a scenery,
a gesture
that touches
you deeper
than the
five of
senses,
a sudden
craziness,
a charming
gaze you
already
know,
a fascinating
flaw
that turns
you on,
a déjà vu
of a pre film
coming true.
Or finally
a sense
of new,
pre destined
to be.

 

– Deelia ©

 

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Poem: Angel´s Wink

Feeling drawn to reblog this earlier poem of mine.

SOUL FIELDS

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Sometimes we don´t find
what we are looking for
and intuition guides us
to another route
for something even
better to be found.

Sometimes when we
are late, there
is a blessing in disguise
and we meet someone
special on the way.

Or everything seemed to
go topsy-turvy,
and later we found out
that it was all in synch
after all.

Or did you believe,
that nothing happened
when nothing happened?
Or were your feeling grumpy
and because of that
thought you´ve lost it all?

Did you sense
your angel wink,
when you allowed the
magic and smiled
at the show:
did you believe
you could be
out of this
unconditional flow?

– Deelia ©

Image: suphakit73 /freedigitalphotos.net

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Poem: Transcendental Energies

 

a rotation
of a mysterious
wheel
of light
sent the
Venus archetype
to a new
portal
of height

a male
inner child
left alone
by the
stormy
sea
was rescued
without
a tragedy

a high
priestess
received
ten cups
from
the beloved

distorted
self images
vanished
into the light
assisted by
the wholeness
of the souls

an ancient Ramses
in his jeans
was reading
a book
that had
multidimensional
pictures
in it,

nothing is
too good
to be true,
he stated.

 

– Deelia ©

 

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