I Pray for the Human Race – A Poem

Recently I came across a folder of all-but-forgotten poetry. Things were more dark and dire back then. I found it so very difficult to hold on, tortured artist that I was. I wrote poetry and music for no purpose, other than to keep a desperately lonely soul on life support. These are my poetic dialogues. And still today, I continue to write, sing, shout, and pray to that Indescribable Force that woke me up, took all my clothes, and left me here alone.

I vacillate...
Will the human race survive?
As the earth and sky 
Open to the infinity within
They seem trapped in a state
Of thick and endless fog
And bumping into
Self-made walls
Today I pray for the human race
As they have lost their sense of Grace

You said it wouldn’t be long
But clearly you have no sense of time
You turned me right side up
And invisible
What good am I?

Since my own lightning struck 
It was your flood that
Swallowed me up and purified
Then the sun rose again
Only this time
On the inside 
It should be no surprise
It is nothing like they describe

It’s why I try so hard
Reaching for perfect words
What do they hear when I say
That a monumental treasure 
They hold
And may easily trade away –
A discarded token 
Found on the floor
Of all that is real
For yet another round in the game

But I must confess
I'm tired of being 
The naked one 
The crazy one 
For bathing in your light
Still – I will not apologize 

I feel the weather outside will change 
For those who are afraid 
To give birth to the SUN within
To know thyself and Soul as one
We are born to build this bridge
Father Sky and Mother Earth
Beckon us to the end
So that we may know the Truth
And begin again

You gave me heart and sight
Why?
They don’t seem to feel 
Or want to know this truth
They say it is owned by Christ
Some guy in their book
That holds a pedestal and place
To perpetuate 
The past and future lie
So that we never
Actually
Get there
We never actualize

I pray for the human race
But I am losing my words
Because we are the saving Grace 
We are the ones that emerge


©2016 Eileen Meyer

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