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AS IS LOVE

The wind has a hollow sound
an empty sound of nothing-in-motion
a force of the space between all forms

making itself known

it can caress or it can destroy
uplift or cast down
it submits to nothing
this nothingness
assumes no morals
follows no precepts
and has but its own existance
with which to declare itself
the wind speaks in the language of pure knowing
and leaves only its effects
on all that it has touched
it may not be felt for a short while
yet it always returns
for it has a returning nature
it spins worlds
and from it
all else is
eventually
re-moved

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