3hree

Friday, July 28, 2006

3hree

I missed my poem last week, and need one for this week, And I’ll be far to the north of computer access, nevermind internet next week. So that’s 3 weeks worth of poems, in one post.

so three poems, each poem having three lines, each line having three sylables.

3

Cloudey Day
Sun shines through
Rain may bless

Balance Stone
not alone
resting mind

Walking free
Beside thee
soon loves Tied

so was that a good idea or an artistic cop out. Any way heres some info on three.

In norse mythology the world tree Yggdrasil has three roots One reaches into the underworld Hel another to the world of the Frost-Giants, and the last one to the world of human beings.
3 is also the number of lines in each tri gram that makes up the hexagrams of The I ching (the book of changes). speaking of changes three is also the number of magor changes I’ve gone through this year. Bought a home, became a father, soon I will become a husband.

Oak, ash, and thorn were called the faery triad of trees. Where they grow together,it is still said that faeries live.
for more in three’s here’s three websites about three
the symbolism of three in spirituality
Significance of the number 3 in fairy tales
The Book of Threes

the weekend consists of three days So have a good three days. I’m going to go eat one of my main three meals a day.

 

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