Suzanne Hayasaki

Menomonee Falls, WI, USA
Suzanne Hayasaki
Menomonee Falls, WI, USA

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There may be no God.
There may be no absolute rights or wrongs.
There may be no life after death.
There may be no final end.

This world may be chaos
Without beginning or end
Without limits or laws
Without perfection or flaws.

And we may be nothing
Or we may be everything
But while we are alive
We will never know.

So why lose sleep?
Why probe so deeply?
Why chase your own mind
Through its puzzling conundrums?

Lie here with me.
Listen to my heart beat.
There is eternity in that pattern.
There is truth in my breath.

Remember the womb.
Remember the security of pre-knowing.
Remember the weightlessness
Of both body and conscience.

Let your questions go.
Be aware of the potential
Of a blank page
Of empty space
Of prohibitions unmade
And histories unsaved.

Each moment is pristine.
Every outcome remains unforeseen.
The future holds endless potential
For one who clings to nothing.
Saturday, July 30, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: eternity,friendship,love,serenity,trust
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COMMENTS
Sister Frances 24 August 2016
Thank you for sharing, I can relate to that rhythmic beating of the heart that brings comfort to infants and adults...my favorite line.
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Suzanne Hayasaki 25 August 2016
Thank you for your comments! I appreciate them!
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Geoffrey Fafard 30 July 2016
Place nothing at the front for the front may be nothing…. thank you Suzanne I find this poem quietly inspiring. Cheers Geoffrey.
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Suzanne Hayasaki 30 July 2016
I appreciate that you took the time to comment. Thank you.
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