Spiritual Poetry posted June 6, 2020


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Soul Writer

Writing From the Heart

by Rosemary Everson1

A soul writer writes inspirational, healing,
expressing one's life in storylines, poem.
Rhythm and blues is huge and appealing,
stored in the memory of your own soul.

Listening to the soul brings empathy, peace,
words spreading throughout our troubled land.
Why doesn't someone write lyrics, release,
the finishing touch of their subconscious mind?

Gospel singers are sincere in speaking to God, 
dedicated writers are meditating among the crowd.
Praying on sacred ground, souls forever awed
singing praises to God who reigns above.

Soul searching, making a kneeling stir,
for everlasting peace in these unforgotten days.
Praise in singing, shout outs come near,
creates thoughts into lyrics, a sacred song.

When soul writing. start with just one word,
then go from there, whether its conscious or not.
You'll have the lyrics flow smoothly, the ideas absurd,
remembering the source came from God.

When Jesus shows His everlasting face, the love glows.




 



Soul Writer writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
In under 150 words, define a "soul." You may write poetry or prose.


Soul Writing is a written form of meditation. It is a transformational tool that gives the writer a perspective that otherwise would have eluded him/her when in a conscious state. It is a method of communication that accesses information from a higher source. Some people believe that source is God.

To be a soul writer is to be a writer that writes about anything and everything that might be stored in the memory of your own soul, whether conscious or subconscious.

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