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Poems for Soul Reflection


Soul Awakening Poetry
My poems of life are written from the heart and the soul, and are inspired from personal life experience. From romantic poems, love poems, friendship poems to inspirational poetry and spiritual poems, my poetry collection encompasses the range of human emotions on the path to self growth and mirrors my life's journey from pain to healing.  The poems are arranged in categories for easy reference.
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Bio Of Alison's Poetry: Read how I came to writing, which reveals my roller-coaster journey from insecurity and self doubt through hope, to the heights of love, and over the horizon to my new dawn of acceptance and peace. Visit Birth of My Poetry.

listen Audio Poetry: For those who enjoy listening to poetry, you can hear some of my poems in audio.  Visit Audio Poetry.

 Illustrated / Special Poems
 Categorized Poems
A Voice In The Wind

Birth Of The Light

Clumsy
Communion
Concealment
Constrained Impulse
Conversation

Death Unmasked
Distant Echoes
Dream Ranger

Enigma

Family Homecoming
For David
For Someone Else

Golden One

Liberation
Light In My Heart
Love's Messenger

Moonlight
Moonlight Promise
My Demon
My Place
My Passion

Night Angel
Night Summons
Night Visitor
Night's Reflections
Night Music
No Distance In Spirit

 


 Audio Poetry

A selection of poetry by Alison Stormwolf that you can listen to.  See Audio Poems.





 Other Onsite Poems

Main Section:
Call To Power
Cosmic Cradling
Lunar Child
The Wise One

Philosophy Section:
Desert Blooms
Oh great spirit... 
The Archer 
Soul Awakening  

Birth Of My Poetry page:
Against Advice
Broken
Mellow Musings





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The Dilemma...
She thought she spilled the contents of her heart
But deep inside, she knew she had retreated
From that precipice of exposure
AliShe had to keep some thing alive
And private
And only “hers”

To write with heart and soul but to keep that ‘something’ back
How is that to be achieved?
Or should we spread our best wares in the sun
To fade, at another’s disapproval?
Disinterest? disappointment? distress?
Disgust?

So she divulges that which keeps her sane
And holds to her breast those things
Which could be mis-interpretated, mistrusted,
Misunderstood, misrepresented,
Ruined

And so it is.

© Alison Stormwolf

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and may not be reprinted without explicit written permission.
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Music Track: "Prologue by Loreena McKennitt"