Cracked open


“There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.”
― Leonard CohenSelected Poems, 1956-1968

the moon

In a stream of consciousness,
I’m shielded
by boundless light.
I feel the cosmos listening,
restoring me to bright!

The heartache
is emblazoned,
on dark parts of my being.
I ask for signs and wonders,
to life’s essential meaning!

I’ve heard the call at midnight,
and sensed
your tender voice.
Life has cracked me open,
with angels I still rejoice!
In each dazzling particle,
there’s a
luminescent glow.
A benevolent force that guides me,
into sanctuaries unknown!

The moon distills resentment,
with her soft alluring face.
Though raging storms
discourage me,
I’m hidden in perfect grace!

The tide threatens
to subjugate me,
into fear I descend,
in catastrophic waters,
desolation without end!

I press into affliction,
allowing tears to stream,
enduring suffering,
to pursue
enlightened dreams!

My breath rasps within me,

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