Rik LightKnight


A heart full of light


Some like to call it...'a heart-centered ray of light'

We are all but rays of light.

each of us,

just a simple ray,

formless, yet needed to illuminate and elevate form.

Just a beam in the darkness;

sometimes a wave

sometimes a particle

always energy.


We are all looking to go home;

lights in the void

searching and beaming...colliding and emerging.


Every now and then

amoungst the billions of billions of beams across the galaxy,

there are singular beads of light...filled with a heart

these lights rays; have awareness, intention, and the understanding of 'the one'.


These lights

guided by hearts,

seek each other.


This is the first step of unconditional love;

this awareness between two heart-centered beams of light.


The next step, you see

is the ultimate joining,

and in this joining

the word love and its power has infinite meaning.

We have been blessed with the first step

Submitted: Saturday, January 12, 2008

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