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Sanctuary by Diane Ludeking

Sanctuary by Diane Ludeking

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Sanctuary
By Diane Ludeking 6/9/10

My car has unwittingly become my sanctuary Where I am alone to contemplate in silence Or liven things up with some music or a book on CD. On the seat next to me is everything I need for my pilgrimage. My journal, laptop and several books Are my companions into the unknown. There is nothing else to do behind this wheel of initiation But guide my car safely on these concrete rivers And be alert to my surroundings and myself. In my side mirror I acknowledge the s
Sanctuary
By Diane Ludeking 6/9/10

My car has unwittingly become my sanctuary Where I am alone to contemplate in silence Or liven things up with some music or a book on CD. On the seat next to me is everything I need for my pilgrimage. My journal, laptop and several books Are my companions into the unknown. There is nothing else to do behind this wheel of initiation But guide my car safely on these concrete rivers And be alert to my surroundings and myself. In my side mirror I acknowledge the s

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Sanctuary
By Diane Ludeking6/9/10
 My car has unwittinglybecome my sanctuaryWhere I am alone tocontemplate in silenceOr liven things up withsome music or a bookon CD.On the seat next to meis everything I need formy pilgrimage.My journal, laptop andseveral booksAre my companionsinto the unknown. There is nothing else to do behind this wheel of initiationBut guide my car safely on these concrete riversAnd be alert to my surroundings and myself.In my side mirror I acknowledge the setting sunAnd the road I’ve already left behind. Thank you for the life I’ve already lived.And as I turn my focus back to what’s before meI see dark, rain-laden clouds ready to burstAnd wash away all that no longer serves me.

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This poem works beautifully no matter what stage in life you occupy. Very up.
Shyam Adrift added this note
loaded with metaphors, yet so lucid, inspirational without being dogmatic, this is the way I love it. A wonderful poem!
Phantomimic added this note
I really liked this, it is beautiful, shock full of metaphors, and is both evocative and motivational. I imagine myself going down the highway and yelling out the window into the rushing wind, "Where are those dark storms? I've got rainbows, so bring them on!"
Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
Very nice! Simply beautiful ...I am a big fan of minimality in writing, even though I don't a;ways achieve this, and this is just simple and spare without anything unneeded. Let me be the first to add a rating to your document ... Five Stars.
Ingrid Ricks added this note
Diane - what a great piece. Life really is a journey full of unknown storms that require navigating and embracing. So well said!
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