This is one of those “from the soul” pieces of poetry. One that… reads like it could not stay in even if it was forced to.

“Human is what I wear,
but is it me?
Let me shed this skin
and be a part of the one 
universal soul again
I don’t want to live
with all these divisions
within, without,
let me breathe the rich
all-knowing dark
as I did before the womb.”

Your line placement and choice of words are never short of astounding. It is a beautifully expressive poem.

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I’m more than breath & bones, I’m nectar in waiting — Owner ACG •Editor PSILY •Writing for the cosmos. •

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