Fireflies and Other Organic Beacons of Life

F i n d
I n
d a R k n e s s
t h E
F l a r es
L i f t i n g  u p
s p I r i t s,
E t h e r e a l
S o u l s


When the lights are out,

And you feel lost, empty, worn out,

Hope is gone, called in, feeling ill.

It is all getting down hill still,

Get a grip and do

Dive into what drives you!

Say hi to those who love you!

Delight in their saying hi back,

Realize all that matters off track

Is that you care and they care too!

So steady, and hold on tight! Do too!

Remember, little things and soulful people are your only way back to the light.

Picture: Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada.


15 Comments Add yours

  1. I really like the title : ‘Organic Beacons of Light’ – especially after reading the poem. Such a novel way of looking at our companions. I do thank you for both the message and the perspective. 🙂

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    1. Thank you R. ❤ I am glad you find it fitting. As for the message and perspective, as always, it is my pleasure 🙂

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      1. Hehe, I have a new name. 🙂 Greatly enjoyed the poem. Thank you for sharing it. 🙂

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        1. ❤ I like to use initials only to refer to my friends ❤ My pleasure! Thank you for reading it!

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  2. zenlikefuck says:

    Rage against the dying of the light . Wonderful post 🙂

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    1. Thank you ❤ I am so glad you like it! Also I am starving and your post made my mouth water so much.. I want a piece of your heart-shaped cake… haha

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      1. zenlikefuck says:

        I’m still smiling, your post was the best thing I read today. And I wish I could send you one of those hearts, it was beyond beautiful and yummy!

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        1. Aww ❤ Your comment brought a gigantic smile to my face! Thank you so much ❤

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  3. zenlikefuck says:

    Oh and I ate all of it. I couldn’t stop myself, felt guilty afterwards 😔

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    1. Haha ❤ You had to! It would have been a shame to spare even a tiny piece of it!

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  4. Completely love the way you play with words, it is amazing

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    1. Thank you 🙂 I am inspired by the work of a revered French poet, Guillaume Apollinaire.


      1. I will check him out for sure

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