Life source

Life source

A Poem by LauraKate

mountains move through me
crystal diamonds of fresh rivers
pave paths from time to time
connecting life source to life source

uncharted grounds explored
hills resurrected when the plates moved beneath me
as my soils were shaking
while my roots were quaking

Mother Nature’s tears
fall to the softest of waterfalls
the deepest of flows seeking high and low
quenching the thirst of hidden valleys
reflecting light upon the shadows
art created in the dark

© 2020 LauraKate


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just like poets, Mother Nature produces art through the pain and the tears...
and no matter how strong our roots, poets seem to find the shakiest stems and they dying blooms...and ponder why...
j.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


The geological imagery gives the impression that the speaker is the earth itself. This interpretation holds through the first two verses. The third verse, however, which may be the key to the poem, seems to veer in another direction, the meaning of which I cannot identify.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


lovely imagery with your words,i was there

Posted 3 Weeks Ago



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Added on January 20, 2020
Last Updated on January 20, 2020
Tags: Life, nature, body, human, alive, prose, poetry

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LauraKate
LauraKate

United Kingdom



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