Well-Beings

If you seek well-being
Then it’s just as well
To know what is a well

A well is a place
Filled with space
That takes in and gives out
Sustained by the flow
That brings us to life

Wells don’t dwell
On rarefied, mountainous peaks
Imposing their power
On all they see as beneath them
Such power cannot last
Without subservience –
The impoverishment of the masses

Wells dwell in holes
Where nature calls and provides
Receptively and responsively
What life needs –
Love

When we know
And care for this well
Then All will be Well
And all manner of ‘things’ shall be wells
Not objects or subjects
Cut off
From where they belong
In Life

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