One Way Belly Botton - Poem by Florida Angel
Sometimes I forget that I am not a mother,
As I look around wanting to protect the little ones.
Sometimes I forget that I am not a baby,
As I mingle and get connected with the little ones.
Sometimes I wonder what if I could talk a universal language,
Reaching the animals, reaching everyone around.
Sometimes I wonder how to connect,
With the child inside each of the grown ups around.
Sometimes I wish I could communicate well enough,
To share love and peace to gather a higher energy,
Building up a safer world, with union, compassion, strength.
Sometimes I wish I had the courage to fulfill the void,
Inside my belly and give a purpose to my belly botton.
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