A Staged Play?

by | Mar 8, 2021 | Philosophy

The world’s a stage
Our lives are a play
‘Bots’, full of emotion
Having their way

Anger, frustration
Anticipation and love
Cycle and circle
Without need of a shove

Moving around
Like a pinball machine
Strike one another
And some in-between

Energy fields
Two eyes cannot trace *1
Living our lives
With the issues we face

Lost in the field
Beyond our control
The Unified Field
That won’t let go

There are forces above
And forces below
That we’re learning to harness
Inside of the show

Abraham Hicks
Shares that domain
Through Esther, his side-kick
Seldom retrained

Our Spiritual nature
Is all that there is
Housed in a body
Aware, something’s missed

We fidget and squirm
In hope of detecting
What is it that’s missing
While events keep deflecting *2

Our path is lined
With homework assignment
We feed to the dog
And stay out of alignment

Judging ourselves
And judging each other
Cutting us off
One to another *3

The mirror you see
You ‘Your-Self’ have created
With the help of the ‘field’
And maybe others related

Take your life by the hand
And ask what you need
To live and let live
To prosper, succeed

King James was correct
In just marginal ways
The bifurcation projected
In this magnificent play

For, the Spirit, an aspect
With the world as the other
Two icebergs require balance
As would a pregnant mother

A Unified Field
To which we’re complicit
With patterns reflective
That ego’s resistant

As we stand in our Truth
Of how it all is
We’ve solidified form
But also have missed

The part that we’ve played
In this most grand affair
Creating our world
Out of thin air

9/21/20 #3
8:25Am – 8:48 AM

[Footnotes 10/5/20]

*1 In our pragmatic existence we are generally empirical tied to reality
through our 5 senses, anything outside of that, the 3rd dimension, it
probably doesn’t exist. That’s the teat we suckled for the longest time.

*2 The events that occur in and around us create distractions that attract
the mind and for the most part it’s difficult to be able to see our very
part in creating the conundrums we create.

*3 Because we don’t fully comprehend how we all fit together, affecting not
just ourselves but the others in our lives as well, we are prone to stick
with what we know. We stick with the status quo because it is a dominant
force in ‘grounding’ constructs. A ‘construct’ being any aspect within our
accepted version of reality. Think about the ‘Hundredth Monkey Legion when
you think about the viability of the Unified Field Theory.

Linda Brady

Linda Brady

Grandma Linda is a squigily peg in a square hole. Her poetry is aimed at moving the world to love, unity and perfect margaritas. And after years of perfecting the art, she has the skill to paint a better world and make it so.

When she is not serving customers, gazing at rocks, or visiting her grandchildren Linda is writing poetry. And even during all the above activities she has been known to write still.

– Zackary (self proclaimed “Favorite Grandson”)