Wild Geese

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My momma had this deep love for wild geese

that I never quite understood

until one day

while I was listening

to the earth cry

and shaking violently

I heard the geese squawk

and I looked up

and witnessed

the sun painting their wings

and the earth grew still

as did my mind –

it was then I realized

my momma is still teaching me –

she raised me with enough sense

to understand the beauty

of sitting still

and the importance

of love

to appreciate the geese

flying home again

And from where I sit –

amidst the quiet

I can still hear

my momma’s voice

and the sun

telling me

everything is going to be alright

for tomorrow is a new day

and all I have to do

is keep moving forward

And from where I sit –

I know I have the sense

to appreciate

everything under the sun

and learn from the geese

that my heart

will continue to grow

back from where its been

© Kristian L. Weigman


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19 Responses to Wild Geese

  1. YBP says:

    Ohhhhh Kristian! You made me tear up …. my heart could feel all your LOVE for your loving Momma ….. she is LOVE to you! How beautiful your enduring bond is ….. how lovely that she shares many lessons …. and how lovely that you use your beautiful words to spread these wonderful lessons of life and love! Love you dear Kristian! THANK YOU FOR BLESSING MY HEART!!! ❤️🌷❤️🌷❤️🌷❤️🌷❤️🌷❤️🌷

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  2. Sadje says:

    Wise lesson from a wise mother.

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  4. What a beautiful poem to think of your mother!

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  5. Beautiful. I love your personal stories evoked through poetry. Sweet story. Or is it fiction?

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  6. Brad Osborne says:

    A powerful and open ode to the love of your mother. Beautifully written and compelling!

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