A New Day Dawns – Sunday 29th January

The Earth Mother begins today’s celebration with this wonderful sunrise outside Dave’s window this morning.
A Poem by David Ashworth, given for this day.
A car door slammed,
There was nobody there,
Just the Earth Mother’s Spirit,
And the Frosty Air.
A car door slammed,
I rose from my bed,
And the sun shone in,
Filled my heart with red.
The Love of the Earth,
Starting our day,
Ensuring we see her,
Starting the day.
I went outside,
Pyjamas and coat,
Walked the labyrinth,
And began to float,
Spiralling round,
To the centre of Love,
The sun blew a kiss,
From the sky up above,
The air tingled bright,
From the cold frosty night,
But all is at peace,
All is sweet light.

Blessings and Peace,


9.50am 29th January 2012.

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5 Responses to A New Day Dawns – Sunday 29th January

  1. Sylvia Morton says:

    Many thanks for sharing your lovely poem
    A great way to start the day
    With love and blessings

  2. Susan Allen says:

    A beautiful poem Dave coming straight from the Heart……….thank you so much, for it moved my Heart and put me in the right place for the special day for our Earth Mother.
    Deepest Love

  3. Yvonne says:

    What a wonderful poem and photograph, it touches my heart and the light radiating from these colours, this scenery is amazing.

    Blessings and love,

  4. Melinda says:

    Dave, your photograph reveals a dramatic start to the day. Colours so vibrant and radiant in light.
    The Earth Mother was clearly powerful and wholeheartedly noticed.
    She is beautiful.
    And so is your poem, it says it all.

    Thank you.

  5. Rosa Hultman says:

    Thank you David, A wonderful Poem.
    I bless you with the Light of the Emerald Heart / Rosa

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