The water passing through may dream of a
day it’s stagnant.
The calm waters wish for one day you be able
Through free will is the urge for wants and
Through conditioned survival is lack of ability
to be free.
The water doesn’t care where it’s going.
No matter the obstacles – it proves to keep
An everlasting course that is set,
even through interference the water will find
On this you can bet.
My goal is to be that free flowing stream,
not always have to have a destination or a
Enjoy every inch along the way,
be a part of nature that represents what the
world has to say.
Mother nature sets a perfect harmonious
no ambition for greed, power or malice.
We often forget that our instincts can be so
We are under the impression everything must
be taught –
so many abilities have been forgot.
There’s so much beauty and talent to be found
in one’s own mind.
We focus so much on the outer world most
never get a chance to explore inside.
The beauty of my mind surpasses anything
I’ve ever seen –
something amazing grew from one little seed.
The seed planted and fertilized with the truth,
watered with hope and it sprouted anew.
I’ve come to learn that even in nature some
things lay dormant.
Without understanding of energy needing to be
most would think its pure torment.
To lay low under the ground,
building up energy until the next year you
Now that’s completely profound!
So many lessons to learn from all we share
this earth with,
put down conditioned survival and by the
© Susannah White
Excerpt from the book Where the Soul Wanders
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About the Author
Susannah White is a self-taught poet residing in Southern California. Her passion for writing excelled at a very young age after winning a state writing competition. She won numerous awards throughout school, including the national President’s award multiple times. Susannah feels her purpose in life is to lift those souls up whom have broken wings and help them once again soar to where their soul wanders.