I Am/We Are

A poem about spiritual ego/bodily ego

I AM/WE ARE your higher self,
And you welcome me this day,
How you missed me, did you pray,
While you battled night and day,
And you claimed a sacred night
Would keep all of you in plight,
Never recognize I AM
And that WE ARE hand in hand

So I watched sadly as you flailed,
In your fear and bondage pail,
And the ice around you failed,
Breath away from you did sail.

BUT I WHISPERED IN YOUR DARK
You are a shadow of my heart.
Don’t you see that we are one,
Foolish child we are not done.

And with my gentle touch caress,
You follow home ever steadfast.
And I watch and dream and say,
Surely soon will come a day.

When both you and I shall shout
I AM/WE WE ARE no other part.
And our time has just begun,
Let us prance across the sun,

And like a flash from Thunder’s hand,
The day has come, the time at hand.
When both you and I do say,
Now’s the time, here is the day.

And The Veil before my eyes,
Doth no longer hide our sighs.
And our smile does grandly say,
I AM/WE ARE E’MORE THIS DAY.

And as all of you awake,
Those before you stand and wait,
And with a sweetness that is true,
Say Welcome Home, this birth is you

And as gasp leaps from your lips,
And your heart doth do a flip,
We smile and share this cosmic lark,
I AM/WE ARE, dispels the dark.