Restoring Life to Life

Gentle words start to surface
in the private spaces
where patience allows
freedom to take root.

the authority is at home.

there is no overhead.

it is rent free for the authority,
because it’s
the only voice that belongs
here. All others have
to pay the price.

from within this centerpiece
is a fountain
and out around it, a moat.

the castle is designed to test
those who would seek to enter it,
this sacred space,
where the authority, the one
true authority,

breathes

life into life.

The holy grail.

 

Ka Malana 2018

13 thoughts on “Restoring Life to Life

  1. Beautiful images, Ka! I love the idea of the Authority living rent-free. No overhead. Riding the wave of being… And what is so powerful is that the Authority doesn’t take the bait when false thinking approaches. Authority doesn’t see anything outside its temple that it might desire, for which it would give up everything, because all it sees that is lovely, it knows is the gift it gave, from Life to Life. And so all that is good and true is a reflection of what it is.

    Peace!
    Michael

    1. β€œAnd so all that is good and true is a reflection of what it is.” Yes! This poem had me contemplating an energetic experience – and highlights the only well-founded authority there is. Still, much remains a mystery within it and beyond it. Thank you for reading! Aloha, Ka

  2. “Gentle words start to surface
    in the private spaces
    where patience allows
    freedom to take root.”

    We each need to retreat within our castle walls and pull up the draw bridge from time to time… Happy Creating dear Ka.. xxx

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