I was born for this world

by Annelinde Metzner

Virgin - photo Annelinde Metzner

Within the stone circle of the Divine Feminine,
I sit my back against the crystal chair.
Gazing at Guadalupe, garlanded with beads,
I am letting go.
Once more, thank Goddess,
years of fears leave me,
easy as the laughter of children,
easy as the trip and flow of sweet water in the stream.
I relax into the white crystal,
and smile inside myself, releasing,
quickly! allowing that this is so good,
so true, so real, so beautiful.
I relax and remember I was born for this world,
a world without struggle, without fear,
my home, the sunshine, the colors.

Mountain Light Sanctuary
18 July 2010

Annelinde Metzner

Annelinde Metzner resides in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, USA, where she devotes her work to the reemergence of the Goddess. Annelinde's poetry has been featured in the We'Moon Datebook as well as in Goddess Pages. She composes solo songs, chamber and choral music and produces concerts of her music and poetry including dance and puppetry.Her songbook of 21 praise songs for the Goddess called "Lady of Ten Thousand Names" is available at her poetry blog, "Annelinde's World". She directs two choirs, offers workshops and teaches privately. Annelinde can be contacted at annelinde@hotmail.com.
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