One Woman, Poetry by TS Willis

Genres: Nature, Earth, Spirituality, Native American, Women

One Woman
by TS Willis

Who am I
that You
would think so kindly toward me

that You
would cradle me
and call me Daughter

i am but one Woman –

one Life
one Heart
one Love

I hear your sweet whisperings gentle soughing sighs
through the leaves overhead
in the chirring rhythms
of the crickets
chittering squirrels
in the calls and cries
of the birds in the branches

marvel at mysteries and visions
in the roiling clouds as they pass


I am struck dumb for the moment –


eyes and Spirit
flooded with gratitude

unashamedly laid low
in humility and wonder

Sweet Earth
You are my Mother

I lift my hands
my smoke
my song
in your honor

I am yours I am yours I am yours…

one Woman

one Life
one Heart
one Love

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