Unraveling

I was looking through some poems this evening and this poem to me represents where I am in this moment in time and wanted to share as a self love piece to you all and myself this evening.

May we reveal our abundance without shame
May we peel back our sleeping wintery layers
like snakeskins, like the silk chrysalis
like clothing cast off during love.
May we unravel with abandon like lover’s knots
before knitting ourselves back to the heart.
May we settle into our own rhythms as tides do-
within the borders of the moon’s calling.
May the music of our souls
be accompanied by grand gestures
and the persistent clapping of hummingbird’s wings.
May the milky fingers of the moon
reach down nightly to cherish and unveil us.
May we turn our bodies generously in its light
like tranquil fish glinting underwater,
like precious stones.
When we open our mouths to sing
may the seasons pause in their long journey
to listen and applaud.

~ Lisa Colt, Claiming the Spirit Within – A Sourcebook

Blessings,

Lindsey

Lindsey Wert is a Marriage and Family Therapist in Sonoma County with special interest in treatment and prevention of eating disorders and sexual trauma. Lindsey’s passions are supporting women in learning how to love themselves from the inside out. Lindsey contributes to her community by giving eating disorder presentations, doing prevention work and supporting the health at every size movement. Visit Lindsey’s personal website, From the Inside Out: Self Love and Transformation


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2 Responses to Unraveling

  1. What a beautiful poem! I’ll put it in our poetry section. Thanks so much for sharing it!

  2. Pingback: Poetry: Prayer for Spring | | Love Warrior CommunityLove Warrior Community

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