Nature’s Spirits and Flow


Nature's Spirits and Flow
Nature’s Spirits and Flow

Bold the whimsy of spirits play,
nature’s flow and energy like
golden trails of sparks
and glowing hues of blue,
attesting surges of life within life,
as tree roots spay outward
within earth,
searching for sustenance
and connection too.

As spirits guide the flow,
each nuance grows in capacity,
as life thrives,
giving, taking and sharing
that essence of life
to survive within its world
and share and prosper in other worlds,
in upholding that divine spark,
the cause and effect in play.

Spirits quietly overseeing flow,
maintaining balances and changes sewn,
to keep all aspects of life arranged
in contiguous stages of arrangement;
like blood, energy meanders
the arteries of life,
enlivening, growing and restoring,
adjusting to protect and save
any faltering charge.

And to each aspect a spirit committed,
a vow of health and all assisted,
as life burgeons in strength and stoic resolve,
to keep its being renewed,
transforming in cycles
and in time evolve
to aspire Mother’s perfect hand,
her compassionate grand plan,
to growth and balance.

How I love to watch with wonder,
the energy flow through all life’s states,
the earth incumbent upon each life,
as life feeds the earth too,
and in symbiotic flow,
we become one,
expressions of microcosm
and macrocosm,
repeated life in many ways, so complete.

Tony DeLorger © 2018

Tony DeLorger
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Tony DeLorger

Full time author, freelance writer, poet and blogger since 1999. Twenty one published works, past winner of 'Poet of the Year' on HubPages, 'Poem of the Year' on The Creative Exiles, writer for, Google+, videos on YouTube and book sales on website, Amazon and

4 thoughts on “Nature’s Spirits and Flow

  • March 30, 2018 at 12:41 AM

    The life cycles of nature are miraculous and beautiful. I love to connect to nature spirits. When I gather sage or put out prayer ties I can feel the spirits of the sagebrush and other plants. The way they connect to each other, the critters, and the winged ones is a wonderful thing to observe. Nice work, Tony. I love this piece.

  • March 30, 2018 at 1:03 AM

    Thanks Phyllis, thought you’d enjoy this one. Enjoy the remainder of your day!


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