Patti Masterman


Gestation - Poem by Patti Masterman

Fragile human creature:
A delicately enclosing bud
Sunlight passing through the heart
Pouring itself out perfectly
(Knowing more than appearances whisper
Feeling the gravity of the untouchable)
Blessed by intelligent love
We bloom into the birthright of compassion
Godlike in understanding
Rising above the random condition
Until the silent metamorphosis begins
Relapsing into the startled darkness-
Hidden black hole turns us inside out,
Pregnant with unknown riches
We branch into unexpected histories.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 10, 2010



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