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September Songs

by Dr. Stewart Bitkoff

Meadow Flowers

See the blossoming flowers;

See how each proclaims

Their hour in the meadow.

See their colors bright and beautiful.

Inhale their fragrance sweet and soothing.

Daily, many come to share

A joyful dance on the breeze.

Dear traveler, remember,

Like these flowers

Our hour in the sun is fleeting;

One day, we too

Shall return to our home

And begin anew;

With a different song to sing.

For now, let us enjoy

Our bouquet of flowers;

Drinking deep

The many colors of their experience.


* *

Prayer to the Morn

As the sun ascends the mountains

And slowly caresses the new day,

Listen to the young birds serenade the morn.

Expectantly they call out for nourishment

And celebrate their opportunity for life.

O spiritual traveler,

How do you greet the new day?

Are you joyous for another opportunity

To create your own life?

Is your heart’s song:

Like the young bird’s full of joy;

Another prayer to grace the morn?

* *

Opposites Are the Same

See the sparrows flutter about in the dust.

Flapping their wings

Cleansing them selves with dirt.

If you or I were to do this

Our body would grow more soiled.

Requiring water to accomplish the same task

We wonder how cleansing is possible?

O spiritual traveler, remember,

The objective of purification

May be reached

By a number of means.

Sometimes these Paths

Appear as opposites.

* *

Weathered Form

In the woods, up ahead is a fallen tree.

Slowly, the trunk decays and goes back to the soil.

In this process, all manner of creatures

Draw sustenance from its weathered form.

In time, we too will be like this tree.

Yet, our soul miraculously

Will have traveled to the next place.

Learn from this. Ponder its meaning.

Remember, make your hours here

A celebration of Light and Love.

* *

Empty House

When the house is empty

And those we love have gone,

O how sadness weighs heavily on a heart.

Yet, we are never alone;

We have within a wonderful capacity

To touch those we love

And call forth joyful memories.

Here, in our world of personal creation,

There is no time and space;

And we unite together, again,

In our Father/Mother’s Arms.

* *

Also by Dr. Bitkoff, A Commuter’s Guide to Enlightenment, Llewellyn, 2008 and Journey of Light: Trilogy, Authorhouse, 2004. These books are available on Amazon.Com or from publisher.

To contact author go to: www.stewartbitkoff.com or e-mail: goldpath@ptd.net.

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