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God; The Cosmic Music by Zahra Akbarzadeh

Beauty is God’s fine art…

This beauty is the essence of everything and everyone in an infinite cosmos. “Beauty unveils His exquisite form in the solitude of Nothingness”. To me, beauty is another name for God emanating into every creation, as it is the creator/ created and creation itself. “God is beautiful and He loves every beauty “.

My love for publishing poetry began with my article “Cosmic Music; Insight into the theory of love” (found here) and still that music calls me into the beauty which creation comes from.


God; The Cosmic Music
by Zahra Akbarzadeh

God is the music of humming birds' voices
When I walk in the garden of white roses.

God is the song of the waterfall over the rocks
Decoding the secret of the heart's golden locks.

God is the sound of the rumbling thunder
In the sky of the wandering soul in wonder.

God is the love singing, alive in your song
Playing the notes of creation on your tongue.

God is the cosmic music, a lullaby of no words!
Dance with the world of Nothing on no roads!


(Find more of Zahra's poetry in our new book. Just click here


Zahra Akbarzadeh is an Iranian mother and cardiologist living in Tehran with a post-doctorate fellowship in echocardiography. Her article “Cosmic Music: Insights into the Theory of Love" published here, is the ultimate surge for her poetry. You may contact Zahra via Facebook here, or via e-mail zakbar50@live.com







~If you are interested in seeing your poetry appear in this blog, or submitting a poem by a woman that has inspired you, please click here for submission guidelines. I greatly look forward to hearing from you!~ 

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