Morning, fellow readers! Wishing all of you a happy Labour Day weekend. It has been a while since I have blogged a normal, contemplative post (yes, that’s me admitting poetry is special), and I figured perhaps it’s time to step into this rarity seeing that I do have a lot to say. Making the effort to do so is where I fall short, and that’s my yardstick measure of “is it worth it”, “does this need to be said”, or “would people actually care to know”.
This blog post is so full of love, light, energy and positivity. It’s something I tell my friends too. Don’t be in a relationship because you need to be in one! It also reminds me of a conversation I recently had with my mum. We were talking about building relationships and socializing. And I told her despite being generally friendly with most people, I like connecting with those who give off good vibes and energy. I can’t help but sense the energy of a person and be drawn to those who are full of life and compassion. And no that does not mean being chirpy 24/7. I will keep it short and let the post below weave its magic. Take some time out to read.
I wanted to start this post by letting you know of something important. When I speak of my past, when I reveal something a bit more personal, for instance, when I mention my ex or anyone who affected me like my adoptive mother, I do not want you to think that I’m venting. This is […]
With every rustle of the leaves
breath of the Lake water
a soul is saved from falling
into Darwinian disparity
of the sublime
a Judeo-Christian brainchild
I associate with Kant
who filled my waking moments with cotton
fields promised to many a Rumi
pretending to save souls from
a Judeo-Christian brainchild.
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