Sacred tapestries

The ancient eavesdropper

We
are
threads
spinning
our
way
through
on
the
world’s
loom,
spools
weaving
sacred
tapestries
that
clothe
our
family
trees.

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About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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5 Responses to Sacred tapestries

  1. LOVED how you made the structure of the loom just that; a structure. My natural tendency would have been to make it the guiding strength… Instead, you turned everything backwards (to my mind) and infused strength and loving power into it; a far more life-affirming perspective.

    This poem exposed to me, the way I think, and I don’t like it. This was an…epiphany!

  2. hugr5 says:

    I was curious — Have you ever heard of the Three Norns? They are also known as the Three Fates. One of their tools is the loom. They are quite skilled at weaving tapestries. 😉 That’s why I like this poem of yours. It makes me think of them.

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