Unconscious to Guides


Unconscious to Guides
Solitude is deafening
Shush, what do you hear?


Β© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011

Art: http://www.meganneforbes.com/


About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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53 Responses to Unconscious to Guides

  1. ZQ says:

    I heard myself melt. Thanks a lot! πŸ™‚
    Very nice along with the visual.


  2. poetryroad says:

    As always I enjoyed. Good to see everyone back at the rally!


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  4. Simple and short, but profound and cleverly written. Often, silence is welcome. But I’ve also found at times that silence can be deafening.


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  6. Becca Givens says:

    Thanks, Jingle for the Pingback: The Celebrate Poet of Spring in 2011 Awards Nomination Accouncement | Promising Poets’ Parking Lot!

    I am more than honored!!


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  8. brain of betty says:

    Nice presentation, the pic and poem are a perfect match.


  9. trisha says:

    this is really, really weird. i am sure i posted comment on this haiku.

    silence can be deafening, a torment for those who dont like it.

    visiting you from Jingle’s blog,
    Happy Rally!



  10. thoughtsnotlost says:

    Lovely and true. Great job!


  11. Bodhirose says:

    So much to listen to even in our solitude. This is great, Becca!


  12. A.B. Thomas says:

    Great words and fantastic image – Welcome to the rally!


  13. Aleza says:

    Solitude is deafening, but a time when we can hear it all most clearly too!


  14. I hear the thousand murmerings of the muses and the scream of silence in solitude. Beautiful words, thought provoing and brilliant.
    The Lonely Recluse.


  15. Ah, the art of really listening. Lovely.


  16. Very nice haiku! Here’s mine http://thelunaticsdiary.blogspot.com/2011/02/here-today-and-maybe-melted-tomorrow.html
    I also have a twitter, my username being MsMatsui. If you want, come follow me!


  17. frayedges says:

    The sound of silence can be deafening at times. Nice writing.


  18. sometimes we try to hear things which we want to hear.nice one becca . solitude is sometimes so deafening.


    • Becca Givens says:

      Yes – the silence can be deafening and rewarding … some are so afraid of what they may hear in their silence. I keep listening for what only affects my “highest good!”. Thank you for your visit and comments! Please stop by again!! ~becca~


  19. blakoleander says:

    Wow, short and sweet, yet so profound πŸ™‚


  20. Ina says:

    Lovely. What we don’t hear is what bothers us most sometimes.


  21. hindawy says:

    What do you hear?

    good question with a different answer from every single human being πŸ™‚


  22. DuDo says:

    definitely listening is the key! loved the verse πŸ™‚

    thanks for dropping by my space πŸ™‚


  23. belfastdavid says:

    And yet so often we fear the sound of silence


  24. fiveloaf says:

    straining my ears becca haha! just in case you have not been, here’s my week 38.. http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/09/30/i-cant-hold-it/


  25. tasithoughts says:

    I love how listening is the key point that resounds here.




  26. Jingle says:

    so beautiful wonders.
    lovely illustrated…

    Thanks for the support, join poets rally if you can.


  27. Olivia says:

    Wonderful words woven together.. πŸ™‚

    May I please invite you to join us for Thursday Poets Rally week 38, where all of your entries are to be fully represented after the collection is over. Link one of your poems via the link below and enjoy encouragements from fellow poets.


    Sending you loads of wishes-
    from officials at Thursday Poets Rally community


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  29. Ooooooh, LOVE this! I like to sit in the silence and listen for things sometimes. :o)


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