Do I dare Disturb the universe?”
― T.S. Eliot

 

If a whisper shatters mountains
and a wave destroys the sea
if a word can break my heart
and a touch can set me free
If a child’s laughter
can restore an old man’s health
Do I dare disturb the universe
that lies within myself.

 

If a book brings down a government
and a sigh can start a war
If a mother’s tears of grief
can no longer be ignored
If a song sets armies watching
with conviction in their heart
Can I change some folk’s awareness
with a single work of art?

 

If a murmured ritual
can change the world outside
If showing you new confidence
means you never have to hide
If I can share some secrets
that I never thought I’d share
Then I dare disturb the universe
by letting go of fear
— G A Rosenberg

 

Blessings, G

 

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Archetypes from Another PlaceArchetypes From Other Place by G A Rosenberg

 

Mother of SpidersMother of Spiders by G A Rosenberg