Synchronicity

This is a poem I wrote over the summer as my best friend created an amazing mural.

When you close your eyes, what do you see?

The glistening pools of infinity,

Or are you mourning upon a desolate sea?

 

Where do you come from?

Who is your home?

Where is the space between you and your soul?

Who are you without the name you were given?

What is the space between your heart and your living?

Have you ever met someone and found destiny?

Did anyone tell you you’re too blind to see,

Cascading the ripples in your blackened sea,

Triggering a sensation of the web binding you and me?

 

There’s no time too distant

No day too long

No one to break it

The ties too strong

 

Breathe in, embrace it

Breathe out, face it

Your destiny has happened,

Don’t let your thoughts replace it.

 

The wheels start turning

The moment sparks ignite

Let presence consume you

The wrongs will always be right

 

Trust in yourself

Trust in other

The world is creation

A space beyond limitation

See the human behind the eyes

Rise above your own wolf lie cries

 

We’re a tapestry interwoven, perfection’s bliss

Spots on canvas, lips of inspiration’s kiss

Paint your dreams into realities color

See yourself when you hear another

 

When you close your eyes, know it’s the space you’re creating

A dream in the stars, or nightmares unabating

In the darkest night, the dawn of new moon

Open your heart, let your dreams make you swoon

Whisper dreams to the brightest star

Trusting and Knowing that’s who you are

 

Make your wish, it is granted

As a tree born when the seed is planted

As stardust in sky, your tears were collected

Remove the dust cloths of the dreams you neglected

 

Our Mother will guide you to divine destination

The only delay is your own hesitation

 

Feel the wisdom inside of this rhyme

 

The only separation is the illusion of time.

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