Come sit with me.
I have plumped up a cushion for you.
There’s a box outside the door –
you can leave your mind there
Rest in this silent spaciousness,
allowing succulent stillness
to fill your tired bones.
Stay until you hear
the whisper of your heart’s wisdom:
“This unfathomable peace – it is my own
And when you go
you will know a secret
that can never again be un-known.
and you alone
are the love of your life.
– miriam louisa
Aotearoa New Zealand, 2010
Odilon Redon, The Golden Cell, 1892
Source – WikiArt