POEM: Gone, For Good

He is gone
For good
A defined
Not buy his
Rather buy living
Not confined by what is left
Rather liberated by what is right
That singular question
What heir will you breath
After being
Punched in the chest
Unfettering
Treasures never sought
Breathless moments
Inevitably followed
By deep inspirations
And that which was labored
Becomes
The ardor
As requieted
Returns as naturally
As breath abides

This poem is nominally about .  Nonetheless, this poem is much more about living, and living well.  The real question is not whether life exists after death - The real question is whether you are alive before death -- Osho quote SPIRITUAL BUTTONThis poem hints at the of after , but focuses on the here and now of living that very well may echo into eternity.  This poem alludes to the of left-right .  This poem speaks to the victory and treasures unfettered of one being punched in the chest followed reliably by .  This poem is a reflection on the sublime triumph of through both the gritty battles of and quiet, tender surrender.  May our for and each other echo far beyond the deaths we .

The good life is a happy life. I do not mean that if you are good you will be happy; I mean that if you are happy you will be good. Bertrand Russell quote SPIRITUAL BUTTONLife shrinks or expands according to one's courage -- Anais Nin quote POLITICAL BUTTON

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