“I see so much light in you”

Where is it, what has happened here?
You slip beneath dusty blankets, mortified
by your own breath and beating heart
of the coincidental causes you create
bones tired slipping from sand dunes
as the morning sun touches your face

How am I not yet awake?
The sun is shining brilliantly
and you sleep through, missing everything
miles away your tears kiss the fallen snow
and we all wonder where did you go,
why don’t you care for us and why
has all your passion fallen away?

The mystic wisdom once in place
falls victim to howling laughter taking pains
twisting the firmly offset reigns of a time, I
once remembered, before the serpents
invoked and delivered their speech
for all the bait to now deplete

You’re distressed by the constant motion
of the fickle prices that you pay
upon a reality you have set
disagreeing with your
souls own way

And all the source of light that was,
has exited to planes above.

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One thought on ““I see so much light in you”

  1. Thank you for sharing. This piece is nothing short of beautiful.

    “You slip beneath dusty blankets, mortified
    by your own breath and beating heart
    of the coincidental causes you create”

    To open with this sets the tone for a journey of the mind, much like the concept of spirituality itself.
    Looking forward to reading more.

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