A Whispered Light

A Poem by Sandy Lulay


Born in the shape
Of infinity
Comes Soul...
A whisper on the winds
Of time
Searching the universe
For you, for me.

Soul slips on by
Called minds
And circles round
Beams of thought
While reaching past
Earth made days
And starry nights
Of angel shine.

Soul comes home,
Alive in crystal spheres
Of light. Here,
Beyond the worlds
Of Beings,
Soul sees a different view
From you, from me.


When I am lost
In rules and manly
When I forget
Life is more than
What it is I'm being;
Soul sends to me
A whispered light
And Infinity catches me
Seeing clearly.


Sandy Lulay, originally from Woodstock, New York, is a resident of Stuart, Florida. Lulay is an "Original Woodstock Girl" who has been writing poetry since age ten. Many of her poems have been published both in Woodstock and Stuart's Sleeping Bear Review. Sandy is a Swans' kind of girl, our in-house poet.

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Published April 22, 2002
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