Who are you how do you be

What sense of self reflects your me

Do roots hold you to earth

Providing an anchor sense of worth


Self-possessed knowledge what you’re about

Percolating inside ballast stout

Center took years of work to entrain

Reflecting essence beyond your brain


Nothing hidden traveling your path

Fosters unfolding finding soft grass

Energy pouring from your cells

Entering a room your light rings bells


Awakened enlivened tempered to bone

So clear the presence so pure the hone

Let anger empty released at the source

Inner wisdom guiding you coming forth


Others recognize integrity from within

Know you’re not a creature of whim

Reflective presence nourished by goodness

Rarely regretful no sense of shouldness


How are you feeling about the presence you are?

How are others reacting?

Are there additions to make?

– Stewart Levine ©

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