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Punalu`u, cloud reflection in tidal pool

Punalu`u, cloud reflection in tidal pool

Taste the moss,

Steep the leaves,

Grate the bark,

Pound the essence with a stone,

In a wooden bowl made of tree, and sky, and earth.

We are the healers of our own souls,

Caretakers, travelers of our own worlds,

But have we found that all paths lead

To the one called truth,

That awakens before dawn

In the touch of another’s hand, in the corridors of eyes

Vibrant with life, and color, and movement

We are our own reflections of each other

In tidal pools, in water and stone texture,

Elements reaching together,

A collective consciousness,

Despite worlds,

And beyond conflicts to a calm place,

Open and still,

Stones absorbing heat and clatter,

Sacrificing,

And ready to be thrown back

To the sea,

The source from whence we all came.

 

 

© Karen K.L. Espaniola     June 11, 2013

 

 

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. motloungmaditjhaba
    Jun 12, 2013 @ 02:42:30

    Sometimes I wonder why human beings long to find the truth while finding it will tend to leave them unsatisfied.I know that the truth set one free but the questions lies with the individual of whether finding it will make things to be different and create a better understanding….I must admit that I’m also searching but not for the truth,I’m searching to find me.

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