Christina Sunrise


Eternal Now


One thing I have observed,
it may make you a bit perturbed.
It is half the world is depressed,
it’s like happiness all repressed.
I feel it’s from the planetary dream,
put in place for a while or so it seems.
Humans became filled with fear,
fear of the devil and anything queer.
Also programs where put into place,
to make us confirm and be filled with shame.
But hey, wait!
Everyone knows Who They Are in their heart,
that is what our consciousness as humans sets us apart.
Now collective consciousness is evolving at a rapid rate,
to help us shift our thinking on a certain date.
They say is in the year 2012,
But who can really tell?
When all time is an illusion
and all is happening NOW,
What if we can just get to that point
maybe hurry up somehow.
Start living in the Eternal Moment
like a bird or a cow.
Then we wouldn’t worry,
or think we have to do,
We could just “Be” be-cause we chose to.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, September 20, 2011

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