the sensitive always seek
searching for the truth
unaware it is right there

within our heart and soul
when still we can sense
our inner seer so intense

the wisdom is already within
not external or material
an awesome epiphany

dVerse, lost in translation, Laura

have another poem published on spillwords … took so long I almost forgot!


  1. Sitting and staring at a scene such as your rainbow scene can so helpful in calming the mind and focusing on the wisdom within…finding centering, time to think, ponder, figure out a next step, and so much more! 🙂
    Wonderful wise write, Kate!!! 🙂
    Congrats on the poem published! 🙂
    HUGS!!! 🙂

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  2. Congratulations on publishing. You write interesting poems that contain a lot of content. We have wisdom in us, but we don’t all know how to use it.

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  3. Oh, double rainbow! Nice photo, Kate!

    Something wonderfully optimistic about rainbows, as they come about only when the sun breaks through the clouds and disperses the torrents. Truly, the calm AFTER the storm.

    Pairs well with the poem, too, as connecting with one’s inner wisdom (usually; though sometimes, meh, not so smart) brings brilliant, glorious light that eases away the chorus of doubts and complaints.

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