In Loving God

In Loving God

A Poem by Einstein Noodle

In Loving God


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I let the dogs out this morning  
the sky still dark
the windbreeze pressing the moist fog to my face and mind
it smells like fresh hung linens
the dogs offer lakes and rivers
leave fertile architectures ..... shapes like
The Tower of Pisa, 
                                   the Pantheon,
Pyramids and sprawling ranches ...
they are big dogs with plenty of supplies

thank you oh Lord ... thank you oh Lord
taking once more a deep precious breath 
of my life.

Towers hoisted against forbearing sky - 
mountain's root and nerve the
 oceans' poise ....................
I see .................
an undying accord 
a persistent rapport
The dog chases the trails of nightfall and
I inhale the scents: perpetuity on mortality
So, thank you, oh Lord, for every deep breath of my life

How can one express such splendor 
such vast an expanse in the smallest of life
green shoots and sprouts
clear, clean ice drops .................
one drop of God
on seeking tongues
on bending oak and iron

when our heavy rain enfolds comfort arms
on weathered, rusted roofs ................
God's own assurance melds,
welds the bonds ............

How big you are 
Oh God.

E.
02/23/2018


© 2018 Einstein Noodle



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Einstein Noodle

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What a poem Mr.E! what a poem... the majestic splendour of dawn, its ever thrilling mystery, yes when the spirit is the nearest to the Whole, to God... just like Yours was, so blessed, so in love, so loving, so high, so pure... You don't know how to express this overwhelmed feeling... rich images filling Your poem and pour with richness, richness to fill our hearts with joy, walking with You in each of Your steps, and what a terrific last two verses, form the smallest, to the biggest, from the softest, to the strongest... He is always there!

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

you stepped into my shoes Light ... so blessed by your sensitivity and for experienceing this poem t.. read more
Light

3 Months Ago

it's my sincere pleasure to leave a pleasurable review, and I too, nothing to ask more but this grat.. read more
Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

thanks again Light...you are very kind



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Wonderful prayer in your poem. I like how you express your feeling through the simple words . Its have quiet strong impact on reader . Cause we can feel all your honesty, true faith forward to god.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Weeks Ago

thank you for taking time and so nice to meet you! I will have to visit your pages as well asap! God.. read more
Being in harmony with nature may just be the best way to "feel" God. Loved how the words felt like a soothing flow of a river and just seem to hang together naturally.

Posted 2 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

1 Month Ago

thanks "T" and nice to meet you! so gratifying to share my morning with my dogs, nature and God ...o.. read more
“One drop of God”-what a beautiful image that is E.! I love your gentle, sweet, real poem. First verse with doggy activities made me laugh out loud. “God’s own assurance melds, welds- reverent line with spot-on alliteration. Lovely form, flow, vivid natural imagery, use of pauses ..........., rhythm. Like looking at a radiant microcosm of creation ...Last two lines so true and celebratory-Amen. Bravo my friend!

Posted 2 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

1 Month Ago

you made my day reading your kind and generous reviw...could not be more happy that something i wrot.. read more
Annette Pisano-Higley

1 Month Ago

Your poetry blesses me E. Thank you and blessings back to you.:))
Einstein Noodle

1 Month Ago

back at ya Annette ... truly :)
this is one great poem my friend, sometimes it is hard for me to write a spiritual poem because admittedly not all have the same religion that i have. and reading a spiritual poem like this inspires me more. God had bless us with everything and it is up to us to be contented with what we have. I am glad that you are also a dog lover.

Posted 2 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

2 Months Ago

there is but one God ..we can all speak to that eh!? and one Savior given to us, Jesus Christ ... an.. read more
sette

2 Months Ago

thanks so much my friend
Einstein Noodle

2 Months Ago

nooooooooo thank you!! ;))
I feel guilty after reading this. Your joyous shouts of expression of grand gratitude of the divine are rippled in my mind of just knowing the dogs were not alone making yellow Architectures in the snow.. It's the first time I could see visions of a "River Maker" creating works of art lmbo . No doubt the glistening Sun was an amazing glistening stream to behold from the "River Maker" Oh boy.... glad i wasn't there. I would not of been able to contain myself either.

Posted 2 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

2 Months Ago

your exuberant review makes me smile Kate! and where the heck have you been?? you should feel guilty.. read more
Morning is such a dear gift...to some more than others.
I am not a morning person, but glad to be a person in the morning..
Olden me appreciates everything the earth and sky have to offer
Birds greet me, and my little Miss kitty, is ever faithful......

Mighty Hands, and heavenly arms.......seem to know
about us...

Beautiful/Thankful/Praise

Jazzy

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

what a beautiful review .. feel as we met...you with Miss kitty and me with me doggies ;) its all in.. read more
J. J.  Nightingale

3 Months Ago

You are welcome friend..God Bless.............Jazzy
Almost a prayer but definitely a praising...

one bite... the line "it smells like fresh hung linens - what breed of large dog do you HAVE??? I mean really? Multiple large dogs "with plenty of supplies" - towers, pyramids, sprawling ranches... steaming piles of ...fresh linen huh... yeah, ok...wonders to behold etc.
Chuckling here - good mornin' E.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

ahahahaha ...thanks for the visit and chuckle Chris...when i step off the porch in the very early mo.. read more
Chris

3 Months Ago

You don't live near a 34 th street do you? just sayin'...

Clean-up is seldom a "bree.. read more
Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

no...quite a ways away from 34th....we live deep in the woods ... but i do chuck there "business" fr.. read more
Love this. The idea was so beautiful.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

you know how i love your visits dear friend ... i know how busy you are ... you were on my mind this.. read more
That was an incredible and inspiring poem. I have felt like that many times while hiking in the back country and am happy to see it expressed in a style that only you are capable of. With Palm Sunday and Easter coming up, I think I might drop by and read it again. CD

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

CD....thank you so much for reviewing and for the sp correction :) i seem to always write that word .. read more
Such a description of nature. A poet at the height of his powers.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

nice to see you are back my friend..thank you for reading and for your review ... you are most kind .. read more

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