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Windows door
by dan Rosenhagen
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Third eye wisdom

                                             Window’s Door     

 

Please listen to my meanings, I will use a gentle hand.

My words are only meant to help you understand.

The truth of inner self may be a vision out of focus.

Our inside is the same as all that is around us.

Unbutton your flesh, step out of your skin.

Allow your metamorphosis to begin.

Erasing the barrier that divides, what is outside our in.

If you do not get it still then try it once more.

I want you to open your window’s door.

You will find it in the place where minds eye is peering,

Looking through life’s confusion,

Into wisdom’s clearing.

Now stand firmly in the doorway, looking through the windows glaze.

With third eye vision,

You can see through it,

At the same time,………both ways.

See your inside from the outside and the outside from within.

From this point on, your understanding begins.

You will be able to look past your own state of reason.

If you get confused, think of how nature changes earthly seasons.

There is one more thing to do, it makes your soul grow older.

Carry the weight of life’s love on your shoulders.

The bright light is shining into my eyes, reflecting my image,

Your image, life’s image, Love’s image, back into the skies.

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/4/2012
I do like this. Unbuttoning flesh and stepping out of skin is a fabulous way to project the image, as that in the movie "Cocoon," where the 'beings,' unziipped themselves and let their essense (pure light) free. I see the 'eye' (a singular eye) when I close my eyes and then cross them while closed. If looked at long enough, a bright white light emanates from that eye. Could be an ocular phenomenon, but I believe it is what you said, "At the same time,......both ways." and your line: "The bright light is shining into my eyes, reflecting my image," It's like I see myself looking back at me. Try it. No drugs or alcohol needed :) ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 10/28/2009
There is beauty and truth in every line. I find this to be an easy poem to contemplate a reason for going to the inbetween and look outside to within.
I admire your wordsmith poetry.
Susan



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