The Magnificence of Hope

"Indigo Sky Mares" by Laurel Burch
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Linking with the Sunday Muse for Muse #147


Some things have to be believed to be seen. ~Ralph Hodgson


Magnificence surrounds us

it touches sky and souls like wings

it is all a true miracle

from birth to passing on

the freedom to inhale

to see and truly be

I am blessed to have known you

the one that made me surely see

the vision of hope is a freedom

a force as wild as horses with no fence

it is mine and yours to tame and ride

If only we truly will.




 

Comments

  1. I LOVE your opening lines....yes, we are surrounded by magnificence that lifts our souls like wings. Wonderful, Carrie.

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  2. Carrie, this is a lovely message to someone you so obviously and wholly love. Sigh.

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  3. What a lovely tribute to someone who allowed you to see the vision of hope!

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  4. Beautiful sentiments expressed for all to partake from if they choose.

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  5. Freedom is wild. I can feel the wind in my hair the being in tune with earth and sky and all living things.

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  6. WOW! Hope as a wild think that one escaped me . Thanks for reining me in this morning

    Happy Sunday

    Muchđź’—love

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  7. Wonderful! A powerful statement filled with wonderful lines (loved the "freedom to inhale").

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  8. The opening lines are breathtaking.

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  9. It's so easy to forget that we are surrounded by miracles. Thank you for the lovely reminder.

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  10. As wild as horses with no fence...Beautiful!

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  11. I want to ride to the ridge where the west commences, stare at the moon until I lose my senses, I can't look at hobbles and I can't stand fences, don't fence me in. ;-)

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  12. "a force as wild as horses with no fence / it is mine and yours to tame and ride / If only we truly will." - if only!

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  13. "horses with no fence" always reminds me of the "Horse with no Name" song. Sung by America, released in 1972/
    ". . .
    I've been through the desert
    On a horse with no name
    It felt good to be out of the rain
    In the desert, you can remember your name
    'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain
    . . ."
    ..

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  14. "vision of hope is a freedom

    a force as wild as horses with no fence"

    Your work is laden with truth and you nailed it!

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  15. Carrie- I love the opening lines here- stunning!

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