He Is, I Am

Poem By Nohemi Molano-Lewis

He is the moon on a clear night
Waves of light from a distant sky
Vibrating music of starlight
Galaxies and sun from afar. The planet with eternal fire
Sand, oceans, rivers, and fish
The spiritual being
Creation upon physical land. I am a mountain, a planet, a hill
Rain, a meadow, soft and strong wind
Field of white corn and golden wheat
Fire of mid-day and night’s calm. He is the eyes of true spirit
The supreme world blueprint
The beginning and end of life
Atoms, molecules, and realms. I am a physical body: flames and heat
He is the Love from above and bliss
As nature, space, and time
His expression of love, I am.

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