Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Never Wander Far From Your Heart's Light - A Poem by M.N. Hopkins

Photo taken by Frank Stiefel

Never Wander Far From Your Heart's Light

Sometimes I think of

All the sickness

In our world

If one becomes


In this sickness

Over time

One will become



Live within the darkness

Of men and women


Hold tight upon

The Light

Never wander far

From your

Heart’s Light

Live amongst men and women


Participate in community


Do not join in

The dark intentions of

Those whom

Manipulate others

For their own purposes

Stay true to the Light

Within yourSelf

So as

To show a way

Out of the

Madness of 

Men and women

© 2016    M.N. Hopkins

Note:  This is a poem I began several months back.  I had it on a small piece of paper tucked into a small notebook which I had forgotten about.  I found it today,  finalised it,  and published it for the first time on my blog today.


Magnus said...

Thanks - nice poem!
Feels like the way to make in this world nowadays...

I have an advice to give to - never wander far from your remote control close so when the crazy politicians talk in the TV you can switch channel fast and stay calm and balanced ;)

Anonymous said...

Well said. Appreciate you sharing.

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Thanks Martin. I appreciate you visiting.

Kind regards,

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

You are welcome Magnus and I will keep the remote control advice for future tV viewing of the news.

Take care and happy summer,

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, as usual. Your inspired messages always seem to arrive at exactly the right time for me.

xxx Maggie

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Thanks for your kind word Maggie.

XX Mike

Anonymous said...

Thank you


Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Greetings to both Maggie & Pam.

You are both very welcome.


Mathew Naismith said...

Quite profound Mike, we can exist within without (being) what we are existing within, basically, we don't have to be what we experience.

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Yes, Matt...that's another way to say it.

Thanks for your insightful comment.

Kindest regards,