The Alluring Hush of Stillness sings softly to my heart and spirit, ever calling from the incorporeal ether of time and space; humming quietly in the chaotic rush; transposing the incessant clamor of the here and now. Ever present, like the delicate glow of a single candle against the darkness of night, the Hush of Stillness asks me to pause, draw a deep breath, and sense the Treasure of the moment. For within the pulse of each fraction of time; amid the suspirations of the hands of the clock, and throughout the dizzying turn of days the Hush of Stillness lingers.
It is serenity nestled quietly like a dove in the swaying branches of the evergreen. It is tranquility dancing upon the water, sparkling like the shimmering show of morning. It is harmony descending gently like fluttering snowflakes spiraling in the storm of life. It whispers through the turbulent noise of existence to the inner essence, speaking in tones only the soul truly comprehends.
Yet, if I close my eyes; if I stop to see the sparkle of starlight; when I stoop to brush my hands across the waving fronds of wheat swaying in the breeze; as the golden rays of the setting sun caress my cheek and the coolth of an evening zephyr runs its fingers through my hair the Hush of Stillness becomes perceptible. When the evening carols of birds breaks through calamity; when the shades of Autumnal foliage or the blushing colours of Springtide turn our heads; when the soft serenade of crickets replaces the bluster, the Hush of Stillness finds distinction.
Rest in the Silence
As Light becomes the pulse that beats within
As Shadows sigh in Indigo song
Breath in Stillness
While Patience smiles from the sparkling dawn
While Charity bends in resplendent simplicity
Join the chorus
Of the Hush of Stillness
And allow its symphony to be
The only blazing congruency
Written in response to a comment made by my friend Rajiv at https://rajivchopra.me/ , who was inspired by the phrase, The Hush of Stillness, I recently used in a poem and suggested writing about how the Hush Inspires me.
Thank you Rajiv for a Great writing prompt 🙂
Beautiful Photograph found on Pinterest. Credit Gratefully Acknowledged to the original Photographer. Thank You~