Nature’s Spirit lines

She calls!
A sigh upon the monsoon
A whisper, chiming through vast Savannah plains
And a soothing breeze, gliding on rumours of winter

Where I am
There, the ley-lines meet
Paradise

Come find me, she coos and coxes
A mother, dangling a reward for an eager child.
Follow the ancient lines of old
Slide the angles on the map
And protract your soul into the ether
Call to me, as I call to you.

Where it all began
You cannot fully recall
You can only feel
When life’s mystic lines unite
And love intersects with peace


© judeitakali

This post involves three photo prompts that all harmonized naturally for me;

  1. Colleen’s weekly challengefirst image.
  2. Reena’s exploration challengesecond image.
  3. Sadje’s What do you see third image.

Writing this was really refreshing,

P.S

If you missed yesterday’s post, I think you should go check it out here;
Guardians of the veil

61 responses to “Nature’s Spirit lines”

    1. Hey Pallavi, so good to see you.🧡💜😃🌷

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  1. Very well-done mashup! I like the last line best for the sense of calmness it brings.

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    1. Thank you so much Reena, I loved the geometry dimension a little too much, personally.😅

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  2. Reblogged this on Reena Saxena and commented:
    Nature’s spirit lines ….. by judeitakali

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  3. Very well done Jude. Thanks

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    1. My pleasure Sadje 🌼🌷

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    1. Thank you so much Jay

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  4. This part really took me there:

    “A sigh upon the monsoon
    A whisper, chiming through vast Savannah plains
    And a soothing breeze, gliding on rumours of winter”

    Good words!

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    1. Thank you for saying this Ben, beginnings are always so difficult.

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      1. Agreed. They can be. But you handled this well!

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  5. Beautifully innovative.. Loved it ❤️

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    1. Thank you so much Sonia🧡💜

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  6. Love how you brought them all together!

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    1. Thank you so much Punam, it’s not a masterpiece by far but the feeling I got when I lined these up and something clicked for me, was quite special. Wish I could have shared that in the afternotes as well

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      1. You are welcome, Jude. In my humble opinion, the day anyone of us writes a masterpiece we will cease to write more. Every time we write well, it is an impetus to do better in the next one. 😊
        So let’s keep writing the best we can. 💙
        Though I must admit, they all clicked very well. 😊

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        1. Yes please, I’m with you 💯 on that😃

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    1. Thank you Era🙏🏾

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      1. Anytime 😊

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  7. I love those gentle voices and the sense of mystery beyond our knowledge..

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    1. Thank you for saying this Chris, my feelings as I wrote this,😃💕

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  8. Love the way you combine the challenges! Well done!

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    1. Thank you so much Elizabeth 💕💙💜

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  9. WOW. Miraculous post. Bravo.

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    1. Thank you so much Gabriella.🤗🤗🤗💞

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  10. Beautiful writing as always! I love your takes on the various prompts! ❤️❤️

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    1. Thank you so much Rishika 🙏🏾🧡

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  11. Wow this is creativity! Lovely poem 😊💖

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    1. Thank you so much Prerna🙏🏾🧡

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  12. This three in one is superb, Jude. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much Kitty💜

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      1. You are welcome, Jude. 🙂

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  13. Love intersecting with peace…what a beautiful thought. (K)

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  14. Love intersects with peace! Just reading this line itself is so peaceful Jude. All prompts beautifully combined 👏🏼

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  15. Superbly rendered, Jude! A masterpiece, in my opinion. 🥰

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    1. Aww shucks😊, thank you so much for this Eugi💕

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      1. My pleasure! 😉

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  16. Brilliant poetry, Jude. I’m loving your bitmoji’s. LOL! ❤

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    1. Thank you so much Colleen ❤️, I feel good about my avatar 😃

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  17. This is very beautiful. There are some places where earth magic still calls out to us. Your poem captures the feelings of such places beautifully.

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    1. Thank you so much. I’m glad you appreciate this.

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  18. I love your seamless mash-ups, Jude! Beautiful poetry. 😀 xo

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    1. Thank you so much Vashti. I’m always happy to see your comment 😃🧡💞

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    1. Hi Aashi. Thank you so much, good to see your comment 😃🧡

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  19. There are some say mystic lines that help with communication of lines that are not always familiar or explainable 😀

    I like how you communed with the prompts 😉

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    1. Thank you so much Jules. It means alot for you to say that.

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  20. The last two lines of the verse show that you are very good at maths. All prompts are combined nicely, Jude.

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