Peace, My Sister.
Return to grace —
To feel my heart,
Beating through miles, through space.
Time melts if you just breathe,
And close your eyes, tightly shutting away all else, but leave —
One small Place, only for me out in the open.
Close your arms and fold them round your self and set the fire—
Do not fail to wash your soul – it’s open and sparking – yet alive as you desire.
Surrounding and around you finding love through the pain called “time,”
Find my breath in autumnal air billowing redgoldyellow and sublime.
Find yourself warmly engulfed by my warm arms like rays of sun and of sea air.
Gentle, perfect and golden, somehow washing your skin so clear,
The water rains from somewhere unknown, as bees hives overfull with honey.
You, merciful woman, with strength to cry for those who only scream,
Weak enough to walk with eyes shut tight, away from all your dreams.
Cry for the little girl inside yourself—
On the strength of my back with enough us both.
You may seem an Angel to so many, too many who cannot See,
And yet a sister to only one, the only sister to me.