by Rob Littler
Dissolve everything you know.
Simply hold on tight to let it all go.
For the more you squeeze and cling
To the illusion of holding something,
The sooner that thing will slip,
Revealing the nothingness within your grip.
And don’t be melancholy with emptiness
Or the fact that truth doesn’t exist.
There must be a belief in something real
Before the mind can find it unbelievable.
(You were never yourself anyway.)
Posted on 12/25/2011
Copyright © 2020 Rob Littler
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Nicole D Gregory on 12/25/11 at 11:53 PM|
I had an x-files moment with this :) The truth of the personality and the truth of the reality - what I think I am is not the same as who everyone else gets to know. Good write! ~N
|Posted by George Hoerner on 12/26/11 at 01:49 AM|
The definition of reality like everything else is made up as we go along. That is why anything like communication is so difficult.
|Posted by Alison McKenzie on 12/26/11 at 05:33 AM|
We're coming up on a 5D reality soon, and I'm not sure where manifestation and intentions will end up, but I'm sure your verse is connected somehow! :)
|Posted by Jody Pratt on 12/27/11 at 06:08 AM|
"There must be a belief in something real
Before the mind can find it unbelievable." A quote worthy of coming from Oprah Winfrey, Winston Churchill or Einstein. If I don't remember the rest of the poem, I will surely remember this.
|Posted by Joe Cramer on 12/28/11 at 02:48 PM|