This poem is dedicated to springtime, Mother Nature and femininity. There appears to be an imposed duality among masculine and feminine. However are the two truly not one? Everyone has the characteristics of both. Everything…everywhere has the essence of the two.
Doesn’t it simply come down to reinserting the knowledge that there is not truly two of anything that is substantial. There is one love, one consciousness and one state of being. Humans, animals, plants and the entire universe are swimming in this oneness. We need one another to share, mature and grow.
The shift in object consciousness that human beings are experiencing is the result of active awareness to living consciously. This is becoming more and more prevalent as we acknowledge, accept and nurture our influence on universal consciousness.
A Woman in Springtime
Springtime reveals the beauty of life.
It signifies rebirth, growth and delight.
Springtime expresses itself with cascades of energy.
Light, color and sound vibrate within the flowing impulses.
Springtime nurtures the mother of life.
Mother Nature is this woman. She is a lady.
She is sometimes filled with mischief…
There will be rain, snow and storm.
Occasionally she is also the temptress.
Sunshine, blue sky and a warm breeze…
She does her best to excite you.
She may at times appear to hurt you but she loves you.
Mother Nature may seem unfair.
Does she do what she does to spite you?
Not really…she actually does truly care.
This woman is fragile.
She is to be cared for…loved and honored.
She desires your love.
To give is to get and…
This woman has so much to give.
This wonderful lady holds us in her arms.
She will give. She will care…until there is no more there.
When it is done…when she is gone…
What will become of the love that was once so strong?
What has happened? Have we forgotten?