Someone is waiting

Creeping in before the autumn wind

A two spirit

Hovering above separate beings

Marveling at splendid things

Not unlike Krishna’s cool gaze

An endless sky

A confounding maze

Such joy in the tumbling attentive waves

An ocean of presence

Drowsy beach days

Nature, my dear mother

Heal the pain away

Hear a child calling

I’m excited

With a passion so enthralling

Don’t spoil my young soul

Don’t steal my youth

I have so much to do

So high off of truth

Keep me cacooned in my childish ways

I want to enjoy my wonder days

They have warned me

Prepared to take my faith

Eager to see me shaken

Setting me a place

Let the truth be told

They work to be broken

And live to be old

I smile with my youthful eyes

Laugh with an exuberance that never dies

If they steal me

It won’t be alive

There won’t be a person here

To take my precious life

I love to love

The rest I can careless why

They complain to death

And I celebrate my time

This is wonderful

I’m not afraid to try

They have all given up

I am still focused on the sky

I hear Krishna humming

Pure Fearless lullaby

He is playing my song

I’m shining so bright

Every color alight

Every moment matching

Such a glorious sight

I’m trembling with all my bones clashing

Im soon to take flight

Nothing to stop all of this happening

I’m gone from humanity

Evolved on my own

No one is planting

And nobody has grows

No one wants to

But everyone knows

Childhood is believing

And believing is home

You can be lost

With many places to roam

But it isnt a adventure

If there isn’t a home

Its just another journery

Where you wander alone

Love by the people

And you love All your own

Krishna is waiting

Come back to your soul.


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