T I M E L E S S

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TIMELESS

are the Spheres’ whispers and music
the moon and the stars.
Among all noise and commotion,
the heavens just serenely are;

Spreading life giving light and warmth.

Timeless,
the word floated past this morn
tickled my spirit and tongue,
a delicious word
What does it mean to you or me?

I don’t doubt the timelessness
of oceans and seas,
Believe they will always hum and roar;
Their soothing, eternal and rhythmic song.

Whilst storing heat for our Earth.

The sky above, so exhilaratingly vast,
star studded at night.
I am sure it will always be
Timeless, beautiful, filled with mystery.

As to our beautiful, shimmering Earth,
how will it stand the test of time?
Our husbandry is awry and must improve
May we find harmony with the planet we love.

What about us humans, will our love, thoughts,
Creativity of all kind,
be a timeless force
forever drifting in the ether and inspire.

© miriam ivarson

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40 thoughts on “T I M E L E S S

  1. Mriaim, thank you for this beautiful start to my day. ❤️ Your poem is like a balm to my mind and soul, the gentle cadence of your words falling gently. How wonderful that the single word Timeless came to you one morning and thereby traveled the universe and back. Yes, what legacy will be our ‘husbandry’ (love your choice of word here!) of our planet … May our increasing awareness and care be timely to create a world of Timelss. Wishing you a lovely and creative weekend, Miriam. Xx

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  2. It is my joy Annika if the words made your morning more beautiful. As always you notice so much, I didn’t think of the word travelling the universe and back. Back to us and our place within. Thank you for your deep and thoughtful comment. ❤️.

    Miriam

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    • Thank you Jaqui, how true your comment is. There are things that don’t change. They are awesome. Maybe we as humans also could be more
      ” awesome”. 😊

      Miriam

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    • Rosaliene, thank you for your sweet and thoughtful comment.
      You are so right, it depends on each of us billions of people what energies we give out. May the be positive and loving. ❤️ .

      Miriam

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  3. I think you have captured the sense of time perfectly Miriam. As far as we humans are concerned space and this Earth are indeed timeless. We as individuals have a limited time on this Earth which we should put to good use. This includes taking time to admire what is around us and also trying to protect the environment which enables us to survive. Whatever happens though we as a species have a limited time and the Universe will continue on. Timeless.
    Mike

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  4. Thank you Mike for your lovely comment, I am glad it rang true with you.
    Yes, isn’t it glorious how surrounded we are with timeless wonder.
    Although our physical time on this Earth without a doubt is limited I do wonder what happens with all we create from our inner invisible self.
    Where does all that energy go? 🦋 .

    Miriam

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  5. Such an inspiring poem, Miriam. I look up at the sky throughout the day, in awe that no matter what goes on here on Earth, the vast movements of what happens in the cosmos are unaffected. We are really small and do well to seek guidance from what is bigger and far older. Perhaps wiser or maybe just more enduring.

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    • Thanks for your beautiful comment Sharon. Like you I look up at the sky and feel awe, same when I look at the ocean. I do think we have some way to go to reach their wisdom and endurance. Just as you say.

      Miriam

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  6. A lovely poem that makes me want to go out and sit still under God’s vaulted ceiling… a canopy of stars and planets for our wonder as the moon rises in the night sky. and it’s all timeless, my new favorite word..

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  7. Thank you JC for your kind and positive comment. I am glad you liked the poem and that you got all peaceful and dreamy. The canopy of stars and planets must look fabulous in the area you live.
    It is a pleasure to have provided you with a new favourite word. 🦋😊.

    miriam

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  8. This is comforting – to know the the sea and stars are constant in their gifts of rhythm and light. The earth cycles of day, night, and seasons that have continued for all these years give me hope that this planet will somehow continue. Your ending question brings up beautiful possibilities like ripples spreading through the universe throughout time…. beyond time. Timeless. Beautiful poem and pictures.

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    • Ahhh … JoAnna, thank you for this beautiful comment. I am taken with your dreamy and poetic answer.
      I smile as I also felt comfort as the poem was unveiling itself. The stillness and grandeur of the universe of which we are part. Yes, there is hope for the planet ! I love the way you see ripples through the universe that are our toughts and creations. Isn’t that grand?

      miriam

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  9. Thank you for your lovely poem with sight, sound and taste. What a great image you portrait. I always in awe when seeing a clear sky and the stars which seldom happens in our location in southern California.

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    • Thank you Miriam and I am glad seeing you here. Also happy you liked the
      poem and felt it. I thought Southern California would have big and clear skies. Big clear skies, be it night or daytime are awesome.

      miriam

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      • You’re welcome, Miriam. We have a lot of smog here, not too much healthy wind, Santa Ana wind is hot and cause forest fire. I can see clear sky when I go north (1,000 miles) to visit my daughter’s family.

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