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I See

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Escape from an escape, into an escape yet more magnified than the last: And here I am, being in a place which I do not know.
This is what was predicted; this was prophecised in dreams that I forgot when I had waken to the bigger dream of Reality.
It was always grey, it was always grey. Who am I to say I have learned to see!? What I see may not exist the way I see so; or, what I thought I saw may never have existed.
It is what we choose to see, and what we are made to see. Or, what we see and never register in memory; conversely, what we register though we may have never seen so.
Seeing is believing? Not any more. Knowing is believing: And, what I never saw with the ‘naked’ eye of this body of clay, I may know better, having seen with the eye of my Spirit.
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The Nobody Somebody

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Nobody really ‘goes away’,

till we send them away…

Nobody that is somebody to you

can never go away for real, for good,

unless it is you, that you misunderstood.

Nobody can play the song of your soul

on the strings of their heart:

A heart you cannot hear beat,

unless that Nobody

is your Somebody.

Nobody remains, even if

only a shadow.

Nobody remains after you reincarnate,

after clouds subside from

the memory sky:

When sunbeams bask in barren grounds

of new existence, of yet new trials.

Here, traces of Nobody still remain:

That Nobody, still Somebody

to you.

Written: 06-11-2015