Wednesday, January 9, 2008

~ No Zone ~

Where words fail to reach
The silence slips in
Boundaries are for
The Sound of words
No Zone, no boundary for
The Silence of the soul
None to remember, none to forget
Nothing to attach, nothing to detach
Just it is as it is
Practice sessions held within
The boundaries of body and mind
Enable to play the sport of Oneness
In an opponentless match
In the open field
Entry and exit, one and the same.

12 comments:

Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

Peaceful, beautiful. I always begin my day by asking God what I can do for him today. I want my soul to stay One with him all day long. :D

Hugs, Jj

Merging Point said...

Just a turn within, to merge in Him..

Bamboo Wisdom said...

Yes, all human striving is for this oneness...easily said!

Merging Point said...

bamboo wisdom...
yes, to embrace or ignore the easily said is the choice of the individual.

Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

I love the thought of "no boundaries for the soul." :D

Good morning!

Hugs, JJ

Merging Point said...

mmm...JJ!!

Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

Wishing you a happy new week. Every time I read that poem I grasp onto another idea....this time *the silence*.

Sometimes the silence is awkward when two souls don't connect. It makes one wonder why their journeys are so different.

Hugs, JJ

Anna said...

Beautiful as always Merging Point. You wrote: 'The Silence of the soul' - and only few of us can hear it if we really 'enable to play the sport of Oneness'. Again beautiful, Anna :)

Lynda Lehmann said...

I love that too, "no boundary for the silence of the soul." And the last line gets to me, too!

"In the open field
Entry and exit, one and the same."

Nice work!

Merging Point said...

True Jj! many times we wonder at the diversification of play. Most importantly one needs to keep a close watch on one's own connectivity, then its easier to understand, after all there are many ways...

Merging Point said...

nothing is in our hands anna, benediction has to happen... to listen or to be in that silence...
we can only be grateful...

Merging Point said...

mmm... glad you enjoyed it Lynda!