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#WritePhoto Dervish Wisps

August 17, 2017 , , , ,

dervish wisps

dervish wisps

The dervishes gathered at the grave of the Sufi master
This forbidden practice was a traditional prayer of heretics
The twirling started slowly, accompanied by chanting
Riding on the wind bending the clouds with energy
Changing the relationship to be closer to the beloved
Floating above the dancing figures of their own bodies
They entered a state of pure ecstasy, unbridled delight
Flowed from their fingertips and out of every footstep
Holding the beloved in reverence they let go of all fear



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Wonderfully written Pamela!



August 17, 2017

That’s just perfect for those clouds. (K)



August 17, 2017



August 18, 2017

A lovely take on the photo, Pamela… perfect.

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Sue Vincent

August 22, 2017

A most interesting poem, Pamela.



August 23, 2017

Love your poetry . It’s very evocative and the photo underscores its’ meaning


Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

September 1, 2017

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