Mary C.M. Phillips | Love Come Down

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Love Come Down

by Mary C.M. Phillips

Love Come Down is a spoken word poem that explores the abstract concepts of eternity and love using the imagery of nature (with subtle synths).
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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Love Come Down (a spoken word poem)

We lay upon the grass under the stars;
above us the evening sky was dark and clear,
Behold! A shooting star!
Its bright golden tail
scribbled our names across the sky.
It was then that we were lifted up
into the rhapsody of a cobalt space
where stars uncoiled like illuminated threads,
encircling us
in the celestial love that God had set into motion
before the foundation of the universe.
Love come down
The stars watched on, some flickering, some exploding,
sprinkling resplendent flakes of light
as sweet music played,
familiar in some way, ancient in another.
Within the midst of moonlight,
we spun under Nature’s sweet protection
with no walls; just the roof of a watchful sky.
breaking through the veiled darkness
And I sensed that we were loved -- in an infinite way.
Love come down
Feel Him in the motion of a storm,
in emotion,
in each breath

We step back into the world
where time is not our own

and expectations are like slick green moss under our feet –
that sometimes causes us to slip –
reminding us that we are never in complete control.
Within the worst of times, when all seems bleak, and all words fail,
and greatness is cut down like a grand old oak,
God is still in the midst.
When we find ourselves alone on a deserted beach –
with only the raging sea before us –
He is there.
He is with me.
My family and friends are with me.
Like the sun that spreads its rays across the surface of the earth
awakening all life and penetrating all that lies beneath
with the promise of eternity and the promise of love.
There in the light of who I am
and the ashes of who I was,
I can still see us all together,
floating like weightless flurries in the air
that sometimes --
from certain angles --
glisten like diamonds in the sun...
as love comes down

(c) Mary C. M. Phillips
Excerpt from Caffeine Epiphanies Chapbook #2
Written and performed by Mary C. M. Phillips



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