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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

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Morwyn

Wonderful wonderful wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing this.

daniellemarie

oh my goodness, that is so lovely. someone else had posted from Rumi, and i've already gotten mine off the bookshelf and parked it in my morning-grab stack. thank you for posting those words!

Michele Unger

A wonderful, new poem for me! Thank you for sharing it.

Love your blog. I'll be back! (No threat intended.)

Warmest wishes,
Michele

Deborah Weber

Lovely! Rumi is one of my favorite poets. He so often brilliantly reminded us we have access to that transcendent state into the Divine via the most ordinary.

And so I'm sure he'd be happy you found time to post even amidst the stresses of your job and a sick child. I know I am - thank you!

stephanie

lovely...
i understand all too well the mother stress we feel (and the asthma!)...hang in there, it will pass...
my youngest is lying next to me, bandaged and heavily sedated after surgery on her broken arm (a fall at school)...i'm going right now to search for more rumi poems...lovely, lovely words

Vickie T

Rumi is so soothing and exciting at the same time. Mom's stress, but it gets done anyway. We should all take Rumi's advice.
'Don't go back to sleep'
Thanks so much!

Catherine Witherell

I love that one. Never read it before. But I will read it again. Thank you!

Catherine

carrie

hi Tina and thanks to you too for sharing such lovely words, these are new to me too. xx

carrie

hi Tina and thanks to you too for sharing such lovely words, these are new to me too. xx

carrie

hi Tina and thanks to you too for sharing such lovely words, these are new to me too. xx

carrie

hi Tina and thanks to you too for sharing such lovely words, these are new to me too. xx

misty

i so very much love these words...i first read that at artfest on the back of your very cool book and have since seen found them in other places, but think of you ever time i read this poem.
Hope your boy is feeling better! xo

Lelainia

OOO! I really like that one Tina. It's beautiful. I love the part about the door being open between the two world. I believe it's always there-just a fraction beyond our seeing.

I will have to pick and post one.

Hope your little guy feels better soon. I saw a bumper sticker yesterday that made me laugh. It said: What would Scooby Doo?

katie

beautiful and enchanting, thank you...

tricia

There is something so magical about the way Rumi stacks words together. This is lovely. thank you!

lk

Oh, I hope T is feeling better. lovely phrases, love Rumi.

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