LET ME OUT

Let me out, let me go, let me free:
Let the fresh breeze sing of the smoke,
………that chokes the city I live in.
Let the smell of smiles touch the lips
………that release the words I live in.
Let me hear the silent noise of those
………that bash and make where I live.

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SEEKING THE DIVINE

Refined are those
Who aim at good!
For this in itself
Set’s them apart
From all beings,
That ever lived.

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YOU TOUCHED ME

Life’s joy-filled celebrations humanise our animal ways,
For they draw us back to a basic community of silence
Where inhibitions and egos fall away and we once again:
…………….Live fully immersed in the otherness of others;
…………….Regain harmony in her silent musical tones;
…………….See and hear fully as though for the first time!

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THERE ARE THOSE WHO STEP FREELY

There are those who step quietly,
Without the egoist pomp and ceremony
Alive in the attention grabbing vacuous noise:
Being present they heal and sooth;
Selflessly they give without receiving
Anything but the daily threat of harm.

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ONE DAY WE WILL REMEMBER

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One day we will remember
When the dam burst and we,
With our fragility laid bare,
Stared into the abyss that
Fully, in this moment in time,
Opened us up to the truth:
That love does conquer all.

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