Poetry, notes, and drawings by William Michaelian
that natureis hope William in four wordsyou shed this light~robert
yes, it is really fascinating how, in four words, you described the essence of life, the desire for life, sincerity, joy, truth, warmth, clarity, everything
Light makes it real again, every morn.thanks, William.Peter
and it is your prayer's answerand toothe poem itself.did you know you called to yourself?did you think there were two birds?there is only one birdand we are all a part of him.chirp chirpthe poem answersliting to the branchblinding usin illuminationxoerin
Robert, Laura, Peter, and Erin, I thank each of your for bringing your own light to this poem.A prayer, to be a prayer at all, must be light if it is ever to get off the ground.
my prayer is Light
Hello, Donna.Is my prayerLight?Aye,Light my prayer is.P.S. Everyone: that extra “r” in my previous response certainly seems glaring in this light.
in the darkness...
Darkness was not dark until light was born....
William,As you know, "light" has a special place in my world--I must now make room in it for this fine, little poem--no reservations required!
Vassilis, yes I do know, and I say in gratitude and all honesty that I would and could never have written this poem if it were not for what I’ve learned from you.
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