Poem about Buddhist meditation

by Gerard Sarnat MD

Sunday Sangha Sitting

Quarter lotus
Floor material

In castle

Feet on
Eyes closed.

Up, I’m
Flooded with
Some vague hope

From skylights
Of this old church
We have converted.

On core’s
Tentpole turned
Down and inward

Become dark
Til brought back to
Cleansing in-and-out breaths

Paranoia my broken
Butt bones are wired to
WikiLeaks…Peace returns.

Ended by sweetest
Softest, slowest 3 gongs ever,
H. Sapien rejoins monkey chatter.

Poet: (c)Gerard Sarnat MD

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Poem about Silence and God

by Chris Roe

Sentinel of Conscience

From the first prayers,
And dreams of my journey,
A silent voice
Has stood sentinel
Within my soul.

No answers given,
No miracles offered.
No blinding light
To penetrate the darkness.
No dogma or creed,
No sectarian vision,
Only silent prayer,
Through times of joy and pain.

This silent voice,
This sentinel of conscience,
Has been my shadow,
Has shared my life,
Has given reason enough
To continue my journey
Through the darkness,
And on, into the light.

Note from webmaster of a-spiritual-journey-of-healing.com, Katherine T Owen

Dear Chris,
Thank you so much for this beautiful poem about the silent voice of God.
I relate to your words and the love of God they express.
The silent voice does give reason enough, doesn't it? We are blessed to know this. Thank you for the reminder.

With the Love we are,

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Spiritual Poem About Silence

by Robert Gresak
(South Africa)


O beautiful silence you are the queen
of all the unseen,
in your depths is known the true peace
without cease.

In the depths of your blessed heart
germinates the start
of all that is, from a seed to a star
and the power of cosmic energy
from galaxies afar.

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