Believe, I shall…
I believe in the sun, and the warm it exudes.
I believe in the moon, the stars, and space.
In the sound of the wind against my face.
The chill of winter on a morning’s breath
In the sea and its temperament
I believe in starting clean, and the opportunities it can bring.
In children’s smile on Christmas day
I believe in the fall, the grace in nature’s death
I believe in the spring, the phoenix’s birth
In the meadow, the forest,
the burning heats of men…
I believe in the cloud terrain after the kiss of rain
the shadows if a flamboyan tree under it’s rest
I believe in the torments that life brings
in the act of weeping, the mourning of a death
I believe in the sun, and the warm it exudes
I believe in the crater of the moon,
in the rouge meteors that scar the sky
I believe in the frigid winter winds against my skin
freezing my bones, and frosting my soul
But most importantly
I believe in you…
Author’s Notes: Here you have my first poem of 2014. I was inspired by the Composer Ola Gjeilo’s “Across the vast eternal Sky”. Something I have learned about life in the last couple of months is that we should never stop believing… I hope you enjoy. Happy New Year!
Posted on January 2, 2014, in Choir Music, Choral Music, Musical, Poetry/ Literature and tagged Astronomy, Choral Music, Earth, I believe, Moon, musical poetry, Ola Gjeilo, poetry, Religion and Spirituality. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.