Original artwork, Original poetry

We Didn’t Know Each Other

We didn’t know each other, but we knew ‘the space’
A joyous room, a placeless place
But the `space’ disappeared when you went away
My body got heavy, my mind went astray

We didn’t know each other, but our hearts recognized
A resonance of truth, and I then realized
I needed to belong to that which doesn’t disappear
To that which are ever-present even though you are not near

We didn’t know each other, but it felt like we did
When we were open, and nothing was hid
In that consciousness of belonging to the truth
We saw our lights, not what was bruised

We didn’t know each other in the realm of the intranscendental
But in the transcendental, we were out of ‘the mental’
Belonging to the knowing of light in our soul
The bruises were healed, I was again whole

We didn’t know each other as physical beings
Or the psychological baggage we were freeing
But being in each other’s presents did not only bring bliss
The distorted and painful sealed we would miss

We didn’t know each other, and I wonder if we ever will
‘Cause I won’t force you to be here, I won’t make that kill
I will live with my sorrow in the small things, as wide
left in wonder why you turned back, why you chose to hide

We didn’t know each other, but we loved the way it appeared
To happen out of nowhere without it being us who steered
But now it is us keeping our hearts apart and unseeing
What is really the truth in the depth of our being

© 2021 Original painting and poetry by heartlight.blog. All rights reserved.

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