Nadine Froesch is an American lecturer, writer, and poet who overcame tragedy from a terrible car crash from a drunk driver and found an important turning point in her life from a chance encounter at a telescope viewing of Saturn.
What is my Saturn
What is my Saturn there in the light.
Cloaked in darkness, oh so bright; in the heavens your rings’ surround.
Round and round truth abounds.
Dance! Dance! Beckons your light.
My life, my eyes stretched to see; your radiance profounds the small bits of me.
Connect me, connect me to your greater light. I look, I see; soul dances with delight.
Saturn, Saturn you’re there if one wants to see.
Profound, profound, small, larger than me.
I’ve seen you there quietly a mirror for me; waiting, waiting that I might see.
I made the choice; see to see.
I felt, I felt; feeling to see.
So small you are, your largeness there. My bigness sunk; your grandness there.
Saturn, Saturn your quietness so bright. I looked, I saw.
Your mirror, my light.
© 2020 Nadine Froesch