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The planet formerly known as Earth Answers no more to that name. She is tired of the old dynamic. Having grown, she tires of waiting For her little sisters As one by one we Come online Advertisements
Oh, what a joyful time this is! A new spring on an old planet, Old spirits in young bodies Even the wind feels washed! Oh, what a joyful time this is! Woodpeckers weave the late winter woods,
I laugh on the hillside At my own folly. I embrace my ego, But do not worship it.
I love to do clairvoyant readings. When I do, I gain information for the client, myself, and for others whose lessons are similar. This poem, and the forthcoming Shame, Rabbit Mind, and Left Hand Leaving all came from the reading … Continue reading
My incandescent self Knew god Knew nothing of god Believed in my own worth Wept salt tears of shame
I surrender my ego Into the pool of spirit I surrender my mind Into the hand of god
Oh, carry! Do not carry Those you have loved. For this, I have done penance in A hundred hundred lifetimes.