She walked thru in braille – Lucia Sullivan

Tree of Life Mandala by Mary Ann Holley

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“She walked thru the twilight in braille.
Into the new day of solid dreams.
Jagged ridges touched her fingers.
Interpreting the softness with light and dust beams.
Interpreting the roughness with forgiveness.
She walked thru in braille.
Not roping the words of finality,
Not holding the circumstances in her arms.
A walk on air.
Whistling from tall Maple trees pulled her to the edge of silent clearings.
There;
Perched in the tops on v shaped branches,
The ancestors called.
Shaking the branches and breaking the bark.
Just to speak to her light beam soul.
They used the braille of nature to sing.
So,
She had found her brothers.
She walked between two worlds.
Never having sight of two eyes against a daunting world.
Her third eye shined in its blueness.
In its wholeness.
In its oneness.
And lit up the world.
Like the Fourth of July.”

Written by Lucia Sullivan  Copyright 2018 all rights reserved
luciasullivanpoetry
New York
I AM A CLAIRVOYANT, POET, WRITER, AND SEER. I BELIEVE ALL THINGS ARE MOVING TOWARDS THE LIGHT. I LOVE MUSIC, DANCING, BOATING, NATURE, AND ANIMALS.

Art: Green Goddess, Gaia – Emily Balivet

Gratitude & Appreciation to all artists
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