Wing Sleep

Written by  on November 27, 2005 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fly in sleep
Bell the gong
Reverse the age
Silent song
 
My eyes lie lidded with dust
The faucet drips
The razor’s edge rusts
Dreams of youth have fled
with dreams of lust
 
Waking where the willows weep
Then rolling over
and sinking back into sleep
Down in the ravines
where kudzu creepers creep
haunted by thoughts
I should better not keep
and revealing myself
to the tealeaves that steep
Wandering through waters
my knees measure deep
 
I slip myself through
as posey children sing
round rosey ring
All things are possible
God bless the good king
 
Liberty loves company
dancing free, destined to see
often lit, catcher mitt
couplet split, creation fit
lighthouse hat, happy and fat
 
Weep if you will
Tears of appreciation
 
Tears of acceptance
and resolve
 
Tears of sweetness
and healing
 
Tears of lightness
and revealing
 
Tears that defy fear
and reflect the Truth
 
You are essential
This has always been true
 
It is your desire
with which everything connects
 
Everything connects
God’s Love to you.
 

Rob Chavez lives in Alexandria, Virginia with his partner Rich. He makes a living as a computer security engineer and likes hanging out with Rich at their cozy home, listening to classic rock music – particularly the Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead families, dancing, watching movies, writing poetry, studying metaphysics, spending quiet nights observing the heavens and smiling.

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