Wu Wei

Timeworn trees whisper
my thoughts, swept away
in updraft winds, my
life is evident.

Only by my cryptic runes.

And to those who
touch me with their free
share spirit, I yield. A
wu wei arrangement.

An infrequent departure
from the pathos of
short-lived love, typically
offered.

With prerequisites.

Weak, as autumn leaves
lured from branches by the
faintest breeze.

Bound by naught.

© Rob Taylor, 2019



“Inner work is the catalyst that forges the transformation of unconditional love within the individual. Mindfulness, compassion, and gratitude are the imperative conducts of inner work.”

Taylor, Rob. The Irreducible Primary: A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition (p. 28). Rob Taylor. Kindle Edition.


 

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