Giving caring loving them
Filling what’s missing smiling till when
They are assured you will be there
Even though not always geographically near
Sitting on fences projecting self
Trying to give all for somebody else
Looking to fill up their empty heart
Searching for daylight of where to start
The joyous salvation that you can find
The choice that will make up your own sweet mind
You recognize it is not one or the other
In deep heart space they are sister and brother
The glory that’s of you buried so deep
The longing within to please makes you weep
The rainbow at end lightens your sky
The dazzling colors free you to fly
Must you make a choice for one or the other
Would you deign to choose a sister or brother
The love longing to find a feathered nest
Has a mind of its own knows what is best
Let your love seek its end follow its track
Do not control or hold it back
Let your love become as big as it wants to be
Honor that loving let it set you free
Are there ways in which you have tried to limit the love you allow yourself to give to others?
Have the limitations served you in any way?
What do you think would happen if you gave more to others?
Do you think that would be a good investment of your energy?
Do you think it’s a limited resource?
When did you learn to be stingy with your love?
How’s that working?
- Stewart Levine ©
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