Beyond the Stars – A Poem by Warren King, L.Ac.


I gaze into the midnight sky
So many stars I see
Who can know the how and why?
Of cosmic galaxy 

Does time and space have an end?
My world is oh so small
A thought of awe and wonder send
A message to the All 

Of consciousness all is made
Empty space does not exist
From purest Love, without shade
Of this it does consist

Energy and life force
Condensed or spread apart
Within each part dwells the source
There is no end or start

The being who ensouls the sun
An average star, they say
Shall a galaxy become
For that is nature’s way 

Beyond the universe AM I
Transcend all finite form
Yet answer every child’s cry
And make all Life reborn

In quasars AM I singing
In pulsars do I shine
In wedding bells I’m ringing
Everything’s divine

The honey in the bee hive
The rainbow in the sky
The greeting when the trains arrive
The how, the where, the why

You don’t need a telescope
To see my radiant parts
Only take a ray of love
And see me in all hearts

Each life you behold on earth
Is an emanation of my Light
To see as such, impels a birth
In realms beyond day and night

Those who’ve made it beyond these shores
And transcended time and space
Have left these stars to chart your course
Your own way home to trace


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