Leave Me Alone

Who am I here needing you to be someone?
Am I an object your story requires?

A rock is so quiet. The ground is now home.
The soul-forms of winds and waters caress her

I do not need pity to raise gravity ’round me
I do not see loneliness inside alone

Rocking of hands. The cradle of falling
The tool and the die cast to not be a weapon

I am comfortably lost when surrounded by thousands
I let go of nothings’ attachment to me

The vital whole soul’s independence with love
Leave me alone and come here now to be

© Copyright 2/6/2008 C.C. Arshagra
Form the manuscript
Nothing Lies Between Us / The Integrity of Erotic Poetry Series & Collection
(Unpublished work)

Leave Me Alone

C.C. Arshagra

NEW BRITAIN, United States

Artist's Description

© Copyright 2008 C.C. Arshagra
From the manuscript
Nothing Lies Between Us / The Integrity of Erotic Poetry Series & Collection
(Unpublished work)

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