Home ground rest stillness

Comfortable without willfulness

All is quiet close to heart

Beginning a new start


Life meets us solid under feet

Feeling heart a rhythmic beat

Earthly belongings all are here

Stuff provides some needed cheer


We come needing a rebirth

Where we go for joy and mirth

Does not matter time of year

In place of grounding never fear


Dear heart do you have a home

A longing space when on the roam

A spot that draws like magnet’s pull

Upon arrival you are full


Life has purpose in this space

Creative visions provide grace

Profound meaning in your heart

Balance resides no fits or starts


What do you identify as home?

What happens when there?

What could happen if you visited more often?

– Stewart Levine ©

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