Harvest Time

Alison L. JamesPoetry

The field of wheat that gently sways Is fruit sprung from the land, To reap what is spread before you Requires your working hand. The seed you’ve sown has grown full height, It’s reached full maturation, It evidences love and … Read More

Imagination

Alison L. JamesPoetry

Let us move beyond the physical sense, With imagination create life anew, Let us expand our consciousness, Find the life ordained for you. Let us start with forgiveness for all, For we cannot war within, Outer words and subconscious speech … Read More

Prosperity

Alison L. JamesPoetry

A prosperous life is not just effects It’s a mindset that comes from within, It knows the infinite bounty of God’s grace And creates abundance, like Merlin. Thank God for profusion in all things, For riches of family and friends, … Read More

Thoughts are Things

Alison L. JamesPoetry

“How many times has  this glass been created?” Asked the speaker expectantly, “First in the mind, second in the hand,” I answered unhesitatingly. For every thing we see in the world Begins its life as a thought, Ideas spring to … Read More

The Stones Rolled Away

Alison L. JamesPoetry

Standing on the soft beach, The shining Pacific tide Laps at my feet And turquoise waters, warm, Rhythmic, pulsing, Invite me in. Small stones ride with the tide, Rushing helter skelter on the beach Tumbled, smoothed and redefined, All their … Read More

New Thinking for The Golden Age

Alison L. JamesPoetry

From year 2000, the New Age of Light, Time for humanity to make things right. No more self-centered, overblown ego, Increase unity awareness, tame the libido. World issues of war and famine are pressing, Power hungry terrorists are possessing Too … Read More

Bethesda Fountain

Alison L. JamesPoetry

My footsteps echo on wintered steps Cold, crinkled leaves crunch underfoot; The crisp night air chills my face And the circling wind pierces my ears. Roadside lamps glimmer down upon Central Park’s enraptured angel Towering in eight foot height, Astride, … Read More

Trinity of Willows

Alison L. JamesPoetry

Father Willow of towering strength Leans out at the lakeside edge Holding firm above the water, His tendrils sweep upon the surface Despite missing limbs and precarious balance. Mother Willow stands more erect close by, Less tall and of lighter … Read More

Hell

Alison L. JamesPoetry

Hell is what you name it, What you expect, will be, Hell comes from inside of you, Then manifests externally. Hell is always waiting To move in dire attack, Hell is what you allow Through a mentality of lack. Hell … Read More

Ode to Master Malachite

Alison L. JamesPoetry

Malachite, Malachite, Man of Green, Sometimes felt, but never seen, Strewing petals at my feet Of precious daisies smelling sweet. Malachite, Malachite, out of time, Without limitation, with soul divine, Living beyond the construct’s veil, “Breathe Beloved, inhale, exhale.” You … Read More