F. Scott Fitzgerald
described France
as a land,
England as a people,
and avoided
describing America
which is a task
perhaps as difficult
as detaching
the image of the moon
from the reflective
surface of water.
is a republic
in which ordinary
human beings
are free to implement
the omnipresent
unalienable rights
and responsibilities
which permeate
inner space.
egoless ONEness
soundlessly sings
of ineffable peace,
and wholeness;
mutely murmurs music
each autonomous
emergent entity hears;
unceasingly utters
the wordless lyrics
of unfettered freedom;
continuously croons
the silent song
of emancipation
from the bondage
of deceitful ego.
- A.T. Williams
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