Joined


JOINED

Heart beat of manpounding - yet
unheardjoined becomes thebeat of a nation.


Words of man written - yet
unreadjoinedbecomes a proclamation.


Sounds of man spoken - yet
unheardjoinedbecomes aproduction .


Lines of man drawn - yet
unrecognizedjoinedbecomes anillustration.


Beings of manhumming - yet
forgottenjoinedbecomes a celebration.


Patterns of mancreated - yet
invisiblejoinedbecomes anew universe.


Joined we becomerecognized.

Susan "Sue" Bacon Trumpfheller is an author, teacher, researcher and coach. Sue works with her clients to use subtle energies to create their supportive environments. You can contact her at http://www.ecoentrepreneur.org


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