volcanic rock

By: Bela Johnson

Jan 07 2014

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Category: freedom, inspiration, self awareness, self help, Uncategorized

2 Comments

Aperture:f/3.7
Focal Length:5mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/1 sec
Camera:COOLPIX S6000

I find I’m looking for fear

with a background trembling

in anticipation of its discovery.

Why does my mind willfully seek out

that which engenders this shaky unrest?

 

My body yearns to move

while thoughts, suspended in space,

inspire little if not lethargy.

 

Two wires twined inside a sheath,

allowing a human be(com)ing to survive.

One goes to the production of energy,

physical. The other immobilizes

the very vehicle to my liberation:

the yang, the yin.

 

The pureness of wondering how

to sink further into feelings

soothes my ruffled collar;

and I breathe more deeply,

now out of intention.

 

2 comments on “volcanic rock”

  1. “allowing a human be(com)ing to survive”

    This I especially liked.


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