Paizli Palmrose


Three Worlds


I see a world
Where love exists
The source
Of everything

A world of Beings
Who recognize
A connection
To ALL that is

There are
No borders
No prejudice
No anger hate
Or greed

Where all that is
Is all that they
Will ever need


I see a world
Where power is
The quest of
Every soul

Where separation
Alienates
Makes enemies
Of everyone

There are borders
Everywhere
As well, as prejudice

Fear ignites
All their actions
And nothing
Is taboo


Between these worlds
A world exists
Which knows not
Love or fear

Whose Beings
Surrender
To the beauty
Of life

And let it be
What it is
There are no borders
No separation

There’s observation
Appreciation
And creation
Never ending

One Moment
ONE with ALL
About ALL

Submitted: Saturday, September 19, 2009
Edited: Saturday, September 19, 2009

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