all broken things can become
un brok en
this is done with the mind–
as a spoon can bend,
a bro ken can be rendered whole.
this is why we have each other
knowing in our minds
that we are whole.
reminding you that your heart
can live in your mind.
having mind and heart together
fills the gap
10 thoughts on “the gap”
Holding yourself sounds wise and comforting Ka. Hugs..
Beautiful Ka! I especially love and resonate with the last paragraph ❤
Hello Tania! 💓
Thank you so much for chiming in and I feel the resonance so sweetly! 🙂 much love to you!
This is a test, because I have tried to leave comments a few times and am now able to send….! If you receive this, I will send more comments. Sending love. Janet 🙂
Thank you for testing, Janet!! This has happened to me on certain blogs and I truly did not know why. I am sooo glad I received this! 💗 I’m sorry it hasn’t worked in the past, and I still don’t know 🤷♀️ why! Whether it be my blog or another. For some reason, it never occurred to me unless someone mentions it that they have this problem when trying to comment here.
I think my last comment went through – Hooray:). I love hearing your words through cyberspace and of late you seem to be in such a good place which pleases me greatly. :)X
Hooray, indeed! Yes I am in a marvelous place, and expect it will even continue to improve! Thank you for caring! I do sooo appreciate you and love, love your art and heart 💜
Thank you dear Ka…so pleased we have re-connected and so happy to hear the happiness in your voice even through cyber space:)XXX
My mind has known that we are best when our hearts and minds work together, but had never thought of it as, “your heart can live in your mind.” My heart likes that. 🙂 Your beautiful words sing in the gap. The land cares for all of us. May we all come to care for the land.
Beautiful poem, Ka. Positive, serene, and full of spirit. ❤