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Rated: E · Poetry · Spiritual · #2271192
Can only be granted, never sought.
Running through your litany of grievance and despair
Real happiness eludes you, it's always 'over there'.
The cacophony has you screaming, “I don't know what to do.”
Bewildered and befuddled, you haven't got a clue.

Then silence overtakes you, and takes you in its tide,
Because you were not looking, you've found a place to hide.
Resting in some hidden place, no part of space or time.
From the foothills of eternity, to the dizzy heights you'll climb.

You've stumbled on the centre, and found it's everywhere.
The circumference is boundless, stand a while and stare.
Though everyone can find you, you are utterly alone.
Acknowledging your ignorance, reveals a vast unknown.
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