I don’t say my prayers.

   Jewish Poems Poetry
I don’t say my prayers. I write them. I dance them. I sing them. I feel them.
I am never more connected than when I create.
It centers me like nothing else and I am fully here.
Troubles large and small melt into nothing.
I am in complete awe of your love.
I cannot give this gift away fast enough.
There are no real rules, only specific pathways,
As there is no limit on the infinite possibilities of life.
Prayer is as much a full body experience as an into soul one.
I used to get lost in words that even I seldom understood.
Now, I get lost whenever I am without them.

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D.L. Lang
D.L. Lang
Diana L. Lang is Poet Laureate of Vallejo, California. She has published nine poetry books under the pen name D.L. Lang, won several awards at area county fairs, and enjoys participating in the spoken word community of Solano County.
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