The Form of the Only One|
The Form of The Only One
The fear of the unknown - being afraid of growing -
Afraid of intimacy's absence, crying
Like a baby's first step which is always into the unknown.
Is this the mark by which our hearts must atone?
Stepping into a love is like that baby's first step beyond fear.
One step leads to another and another and another until we're
Walking with our whole being feeling the confidence
Learned by the previous step - each step weighted with responsibility,
With the freedom of more expansion until we move with it freely.
Yes, that freedom is immense and all encompassing leading
Two hearts into the dance of love with an un-limiting
Dissolution until at long last we achieve the holy grail --- the 'one'.
This new 'one' requires the non-duality of an equaling action,
A love with no desire lest it resonates in the vibration of truth.
No matter how old we are, a new love has its youth
But true love was always there even before our birth
And it will long outlast our death.
It is here now if we surrender to these moments of love.
The greatest step that can be taken in life is to slip on that fiery glove
Burning all upon the alter of love burnishing the man and the woman
Into their combined unity - but of anything less you must be fore-warned.
ANY LOVE BASED NOT IN TRUTH is based on anarchy,
For only from the ashes of true love can one ever hope to combine the body
With the non-dual godliness that awaits recognition in this world of duality.
You feel it, you know it - you always know the truth.
It lives here inside of us like riding the waves of those first steps from our youth.
Search for it, use all of your senses, float and wait for that fire of love to burn
Melting away the unreal parts of us leaving us mooned - the form of only one.
Song - 'Lady' by Kenny Rogers as performed by me
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