A fog covers the moors, I can barely see the raven, fly across the land. The first sunbeams cover, the dew covered earth, and I look down at my bare feet. Purple heather slowly opens, millions of petals in my eyes, and my soul comes back to life. I feel like a child again, with the deep desire to dance, in the warmth of the sun, that illuminates my heart. Hope is a bird that flies, off to the horizon, into the light that shines, in the distance. The earth covers my feet, making it heart to keep, my white dress clean, yet in this moment, of morning glory, I realize the essence, of pure, heartfelt joy. The stains on my heart, are not the end of my soul, but only the beginning, of more and more joy!
The ocean calmly beats, the steady rocks on the shore, where my naked feet wait, to be kissed by the stream. My heart dances in the waves, as the sun rises at the horizon, and the first birds fly overhead, as a sign of a new day. Seashells scattered across the beach, shimmer in the sun light, like little clumps of gold, waiting to be treasured and admired. My heart finds peace, in the silence of this morning, where the bustle of the city, is a million miles away, so, I stay a little longer. The first people walk passed me, searching for the same serenity, I have been looking for, in the early hours of the morning, so, I smile at them, as a hopeful encouragement, to never stop searching. I look into the sun, and I am almost blinded by her light, but I smile again, at the great familiarity, that trickles like rain into my heart I cannot catch the light, and store it in my heart, I can only capture it, and pass it on, into the world, as a sign of hope, in the early morning.
Poppies grow in an open meadow, where my bare feet walk the high grass. The soft wind brushes my hair, and tickles my skin until I have goosebumps. I sway my white dress on the sound, of soft piano music playing in the background, and I smile like the sun shining in the sky. Happiness is a feeling of peace and light, born deep in the heart in the middle of spring. Choices cause us to grow like wildflowers – like poppies they drench us in our own blood, until we shine brighter than the great eastern sun. I choose to be happy in this moment, where the summer smiles at me, in the silence of complete solitude. I find a place under a tree on the hill, where I sit down and meditate, so I can hold onto to this moment a little longer. My hands are open ready to receive, the greatest blessing Heaven can give me, but in this moment of patient waiting, I learn to close my eyes and feel the Spirit, whispering softly in the summer winds. As I gently flutter my eye-lids open, the red poppies smile at me, as they fill me with the deepest peace. Letting go of the past and the future, forces me to live in the moment of this day, where I learn to dance in the rain, with my arms and my heart wide open, until every cell is filled the deepest sense of joy. And in this moment of pure enlightenment, I learn that the cross is never heavier, than my own heart can bare, and that my heart is so much stronger, than I could ever imagine!
The sun rises at the horizon, and on the green grasslands, flowers start to grow, in the early morning light. I am allowed to choose, the colors of these flowers, so, I choose the color blue, to help them dwell in the Spirit, until the end of their lives. And yet, the longer I keep looking, at this sea of endless blue, the more my heart calls me, to choose one more. One more color to express, the love within my heart, that flows on the sweet sound, of violin and piano music, playing Ballade Pour Adeline. I choose the color white, to express the purity, that love finds within the soul, of a kind heart that is, filled with the sweetest scents, of vanilla and honey, that attracts every life form, in one single breath. The sunbeams on the horizon, enhancing the blue and white, of these millions of flowers, and my small contribution, makes me cry, tears of pure joy, and as the sound, of the Ballad Pour Adeline, slowly fades away, love is the only feeling that stays!