Suzy Kassem


Part Sun and Moon


Everybody has a little bit of
the sun and moon in them.
Everybody has a little bit of
man, woman, and animal in them.
Darks and lights in them.
Everyone is part of a connected
cosmic system.
Part earth and sea,
wind and fire,
with some salt and dust swimming in them.
We have a universe within ourselves
that mimics the universe outside.
None of us are just black or white,
or never wrong and always right.
No one.
No one exists without polarities.
Everybody has good and bad forces
working with them, against them,
and within them.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, September 02, 2014

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Copyright 2007, Suzy Kassem. All rights reserved.

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