This Gap Between
January 8, 2013
In this gap between life old and life new, I implode,
As surrender to the here and now overflows my cup with knowledge and vision, Magic resides within me,
Pours from me, as realization meets life, And spills colors; shoots sparks across the cosmos.
Anticipation and Mystery may well be the sweetest nectars of them all.
Now, at ease, I savor; I stop time to capture this gap between life old and life new.
In just a matter of days, it will be decided to where I travel to discover and explore these Things I Think We Should Ponder.
To my friends, near and dear, and to even those special strangers I’ve met and have yet to meet, I share a quote from the poet, Rumi:
“Out beyond ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.”