Awake. ~ Jyoti Wind {Poetry}

Via Jyoti Windon Jul 15, 2013

courtesy of Kelli Prieur

When the world is half awake,

I draw my meditation shawl

around me,

close my eyes again,

this time not to dream,

but to awaken.

Minding my breath,

I seek the Light.

When I return,

the world is then awake

and I join in.

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About Jyoti Wind

Jyoti Wind is an astrologer and writer. She has self-published six books: poetry, meditation and prayers; a childhood memoir; and several anthologies. Her new book, The Creative Arc: An Anthology on Writing, will be available this month, Nov. 2012. A mother, grandmother and great grandmother, she lives in Boulder, CO. You can reach her at


One Response to “Awake. ~ Jyoti Wind {Poetry}”

  1. Ann Griffin says:

    Lovely and adore the photo!

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