~Wild-Heart~

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my heart is a wild thing
being called I seek
out into the dark
into something unknown
neither goods nor gold
nor house nor hearth
treacherous bonds
or showy mirth
do I seek
or call
my wild heart
not to be possessed
or possess nor control
running in every field of death
wild as wild flowers bloom and fall
emptied to earth’s muddied patience
my wild heart
courageous in vulnerability
honouring great mystery
in cosmic soul humilitiy
blessed in both joy and sorrow
wine and roses hemlock and thorns
transparent to heaven stone-walled hell
either door I’ll love you ever more
in awe from sacred fire source
my wild wild, wild heart

 

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~ by blueangelwolf on November 18, 2013.

12 Responses to “~Wild-Heart~”

  1. I love a wild heart! 🙂

  2. I love it…The whole poem.

    Especially this:

    blessed in both joy and sorrow
    wine and roses hemlock and thorns
    transparent to heaven stone-walled hell
    either door I’ll love you ever more
    in awe from sacred fire source
    my wild wild, wild heart

  3. This poem..Is simply breath taking, A wild heart can never be tamed..

  4. Exquisite. Wild heart freedom is worth whatever price we might think we have to pay. Actually it’s for the taking. Courage is collected at the door.

  5. […] Blue Angel Wolf “Poetry Under a Hat”, forgive me for not asking to snitch your poem, ( https://blueangelwolf.wordpress.com/2013/11/18/wild-heart/ ) wrote a poem and it moved me deep inside. Having an appointment, in three days, I sent the poem […]

  6. Thank you for the words. http://anchailinalainn.com/2013/11/30/wild-at-heart/

  7. the heart of a woman who runs with wolves
    breathtaking in your thoughts…
    )0(

  8. LL=large like… 🙂 both the image and the poem, of course… my very best and friendly greetings from Toulouse, France… cheers! 🙂 Mélanie

  9. You should come to Norway and play board games with me and my friends. We have board game festivals and often meet to play things like alias, resistance or settlers. I loved game of life when I was little and still love a game where I can think, be social and challenged at the same time 🙂

  10. May your heart run among the Wild for a long time to come.

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