I clicked on "reply" without knowing what I was going to say but here I am and so I guess I must say something. We all come from one source, the source of love. To love we must return. The first step is loving one another in the knowledge that they too must return. This doesn't mean that we have to "like" everybody and God, if he be anywhere, then he is in me - in the void I create by thinking that I am alone. What I can see tells me that I am alone and I often wonder why that should be but then what I feel tells me that I am part of something bigger. Sometimes, most times, living is hard and it gets harder still as we begin to question and seek answers where none exist except within ourselves and then we get busy. "Busy-ness" is one sure way of making sure we never touch on the truth and the part that says, "I am and always will be".
My advice to myself is to "lighten up" and ask, yes, always ask for what I truly want and it will come to pass in the fullness of time. Time? Oh, we have no concept of time - no concept at all which is perhaps how it should be. I think I got slightly off track here. Good poem, thanks!