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The tree… rooted from my ancestors, I stand by the universe its made of this… each bead each stone harmonically bound… are you real? I have been wrong here… this mind never will remember what its like to feel and cherish you again… its confusion settled in time… willing to be awake… I, your copy of dirt…


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by M

standing by the universe

read the insignificance of egos, the vastness and oneness and endlessness of spirit... I read "we are so small in the grand scheme of things" and how the "you" and "I" relate to each other doesn't really matter, only how they relate to that great big cosmic other...

I like “harmonically bound” too, because it calls to mind interconnectedness… I’m probably missing the mark, but this is beautiful as ever. thank you for it

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: September 13, 2007 )

M's "I saw myself in a tree"
Oh, yes, I know this well. I do. Beautifully stated.

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: September 13, 2007 )

Amazing poets ...
To say it’s an Honor is an understatement …to these beautiful writes by such amazing poets is truly an Honor… Thank You… Shannon, Lena, Desvelado…


( Posted by: M [Member] On: September 15, 2007 )

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