Have you ever sensed
the tingling of a feeling
arriving without a label?
It stirs through your reflections,
your layers, and you find yourself
walking around in a daze
where reality offers no place
of comfort. So, the sun sets
for the moon, but what does
this clarify? One thing is certain –
within the constellations,
among the celestial stars,
this emotion finds balance,
graciously treasuring the safety
it has stumbled upon.
© Lauren Scott, baydreamerwrites.com – All rights reserved.
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55 thoughts on “One thing is certain”
So beautifully written song dear friend 🙏🌷♥️👍🏻 grace wishes 👏💕
Thanks so much for your lovely words, Thattamma! Wishing you a wonderful day! 💞🌻
So welcome , thank you and same wishes to you dear friend 🌹🙏💝🌹
How beautiful a moment this poem captures! I love the gentle imagery and sure feeling. ❤
I’m so glad you loved this poem, Layla, and how beautiful are your words. Thank you! 💗
Lovely lines 💙
Thank you, Paula! Happy Monday! ❤️
Beautiful! 🌌 ✨
Thanks so much, Carla! 💞
Feelings so well captured Lauren. This is pure beauty.
Stay blessed !
Thanks very much, Marie. Your lovely words warm my heart. Have a wonderful Monday! ❤️
Yes, I know that tingling Lauren but could never put it into such beautiful words. So inspiring!
How nice of you to “say” Balroop! I’m so glad my words resonate with you! Thanks so much, dear friend. 💞
Oh Lauren, you have captured so well these feelings that stir at times trying to make sense of or trying to find a home. This is quite a beautiful way to give meaning to “these feelings without a label”. You certainly found a way to capture our hearts in imagery and warmth in the constellations and celestial stars. Thanks for your wonderful poem! ❣️
Thanks, Cindy, for your awesome comment! I wasn’t sure about posting this poem, but I clicked on publish and crossed my fingers. I know we are our own worst critics sometimes. Anyway, I’m glad so many have resonated with my words and the feelings that we can’t make sense of at times. It appears that I’m not alone in the boat. 🙂 Thanks again for your lovely words. ❤️
You’re most welcome and yes, we are in the same boat. Oh, I know that feeling well and our community is just so awesome. I loved what you said and “borrowed” it today for a poem I’m working on .. just a little I hope. lol Welcome always Lauren! ❣️
An amazing poem, Lauren. These unlabeled feelings do come. You captured them very well.
Thanks, John! I’m thrilled that you liked this poem and could relate to the unlabeled feelings. 🥰
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Thanks very much, John! I’m glad you liked this poem too!
You are very graciously welcome so much, Lauren. I did like it.
Intriguing poem, Lauren! ✨ I have learned to pay close attention to that “tingly” feeling when it arrives “without” a label, as you say.
I’m happy you found this poem intriguing, Michele. Those unlabeled feelings can be perplexing, so they made for a good prompt. I’m glad you pay close attention to them. 🥰
Perplexing describes those feelings quite aptly. Paying attention to them has brought meaningful situations and people into my life. It feels like intuition at a profound level. I enjoyed your poem. Thank you, Lauren.
Exactly so, my dearest Lauren… and so wonderfully weaved! ❤️
Thanks so much, Marina! Big hugs for a terrific Tuesday! 🥰💐💞
Ah, hugs received… here they are multiplied over to you!!!! 💗🤗💗🤗💗🤗💗
Great imagery, Lauren.
Thanks so much, Anneli.
A thought-provoking poem. Getting out in nature (any kind of nature) puts that unsettled feeling to rest for me.
Thank for your kind words, Liz, and I agree about getting out in nature. 🌻
You’re welcome, Lauren. 🙂
There is nothing like being out in nature to put your world at peace. I love this, Lauren! Absolutely beautiful! Love and hugs, dear friend.
Nature does it for me too, Michelle. Thanks, my friend! I’m so glad you like this piece, and I always appreciate your lovely words. Sending big hugs your way. ❤️
Inspiring and profound poem, Lauren. Loved the way you composed it. Too good.
Thanks so much, Kamal. I appreciate your kind words and am sorry for the delay. Hugs xo
It’s completely okay dear Lauren. You are always welcome 💖💖💖💖
Wonderful poem Lauren as usual. I love this introduction; ‘Have you ever got that tingling feeling arriving without a label”, it really grabbed my mind to read further.
Nicely written blog🔥🔥🔥🔥🙌
Thanks so much for your kind words, Mthobisi. They are greatly appreciated, and I’m happy to hear the introduction pulled you into this poem of constellations. 🙂 Have a great day, my friend. 🙏🏻😊
Hi Lauren, I enjoyed the positive and upbeat ending to this poem.
Thanks, Robbie. I’m happy to hear that you enjoyed this…💞
Lovely poem written you. Very interested words use in poem. I like
Thank you so much for your kind words and for your visit.
I love that first sentence, an attention grabber, for sure! I believe in unseen feelings and the healing power of nature. I enjoyed this a lot.
Many Blessings, enjoy your weekend!
Thanks very much, Lisa! This is something I’ve experienced, so I wondered if others have also…I’m happy you enjoyed this piece and enjoy your weekend too! So glad it’s Friday! 🙂 💗💗
Me too- I am glad it is Friday! 🙂 xoxo