Monday, December 13, 2010

POEM OR TWO A DAY OR Emily Dickinson..."Once more, my now bewildered Dove" 48/1775 (with a kicker)

courtesy Wikipedia "Columba"

A dove Necklace

Once more, my now bewildered Dove by Emily Dickinson

Once more, my now bewildered Dove
Bestirs her puzzled wings
Once more her mistress, on the deep
Her troubled question flings —

Thrice to the floating casement
The Patriarch's bird returned,
Courage! My brave Columba!
There may yet be land

Today I decided to enter into the trance of Miss Emily Dickinson's spirit, or she was calling from the etheric today, anyway, I got a clear message to channel her spirit today!

And amazingly too! Because today I noticed something! Emily just answered my last poem that I wrote below hers called "Heart we will forget him".

Isn't this just too synchornistic?

Let's listen to what Emily is trying to tell me about heart and love. Please!

"there may yet be land".

I am finding this wholly inspiration after the;

Thrice to the floating casement"

So love was drown three times, three loves that broke her heart but now shall be broke again, as Emily hold out hope to love yet again, as she does not give up on love as it is a poet's livelihood.

Chiccoreal Channelling the Spirit of Miss Emily Dickinson who had answered her last poem so consistently with a new poem that she didnt really probably have conscious but rather the unconscious mind came forward or brought forward all this really awakening things that JUST HAPPENED TO BE IN MISS EMILY'S POEM TODAY. it is similar to opening the Bible randomly at the Bible answering prayer! Indeed thank-you for answering Prayer today, and for giving me a lighterness of heart today after wallowing all night on long past midnight dead affairs that linger in the heart-fed memories of "what could have been if". Think I'll use more birds in my poetry too to express a dissimilitude of natural tendency to bulk up on love like it was the last dish I'd ever eat. I just aint! Go on Emily, what else do you have to tell me, I'm all ears and lips!

Poor Emily. Poor me!

Am I the Dove
Or is she?
"My brave Columba"
I wont forget you!

(note: Columba is a wood pigeon, a common carrier pigeon found in the Old World primarily and then in the Americas. Interestingly, Columba is Latin for Dove! Amazing! Sending Messages aren't we? Enjoy!



  1. You have quite a close relationship with Miss Emily -- she has much to teach us.

  2. love Emily's work.
    beautiful selection here.

  3. Now I think the "Patriarch" is Noah...duh - how did I MISS that? :O)

  4. Yes, we do send out messengers to help us "land" when we are looking for a mooring.

    Nice reminder.