Orbs of Truth

orb photo copyright Cheyenne MacMasters 2013

Not again,

a stranger’s eyes

regard me in a mirror

that lies.

Once again,

I inhabit a body

not mine.

We are all one.

What tripe!

We don’t know that Truth

until the body is not ours

until now.

Not now!

My body, my life.

This body, another’s life.

I do remember

my life, my body.

But that was then,

this is now.

orb photo (c) Cheyenne MacMasters2012

(c) Cheyenne MacMasters 2013

13 thoughts on “Orbs of Truth

  1. Very good poem! In Truth we know nothing! 🙂 compared to the Universe. We are but specs travelling. And I’m happy to be in this body this time around 🙂 compared with some lives I had led. Be well my friend

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    1. Thank you, Sue. We can feel our next lives calling, and the imprints of our past lives, but do these imaginings reflect the Truth? Be well in this moment, my friend.

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  2. You enlighten me each day with your posts about the orbs. I often wonder how they view us. Another spectacular piece of poetry, my good You enlighten me each day with your posts about the orbs. I often wonder how they view us. Another spectacular piece of poetry, my good You enlighten me each day with your posts about the orbs. I often wonder how they view us. Another spectacular piece of poetry, my good You enlighten me each day with your posts about the orbs. I often wonder how they view us. Another spectacular piece of poetry, my good friend.

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    1. Sorry for the mix up from my mobile browser. Here is what I wanted to say:

      You enlighten me each day with your posts about the orbs. I often wonder how they view us. Another spectacular piece of poetry, my good friend.

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        1. Hahahaha! I use an outdated browser on my smartphone when am away from home. So unfortunately for me, it misbehaved yesterday.

          Look forward to more of your poems and pic stories 🙂

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