Co-creative Middle

You’d have thought it was obvious
Wouldn’t you?
That a world divided between poles
Isn’t a world
But a mess
At odds with its self
.
You’d have thought it was obvious
Wouldn’t you
That a world of two poles
United as One
Isn’t a world
But a nonentity
A pinprick in space
.
You’d have thought it was obvious
Wouldn’t you?
That between these extremes
Is the reality of a world in motion
A One with a midpoint and circumference
Spinning its story of space
Within, throughout and beyond its dynamic envelope
In endless circulation
.
You’d have thought it was obvious
Wouldn’t you?
That a humanity divided between poles:-
Black against White
Male against Female
Good against Evil
Reason against Emotion
Object against Subject
Us against Them
Me against You
Science against Art
Material against Spirit
Belief against Disbelief
Faith against Faith
Isn’t humanity
But a mess
At odds with its self
.
You’d have thought it was obvious
Wouldn’t you?
That a humanity born of male and female
In co-creative partnership
Homogenised into Unity
Is a compromised sludge
Not a diverse community
Combining individual difference
In common significance
.
So, why on Earth
Do we continue
To carry on regardless
Dividing or Uniting
The One and the Many
In universal disgrace
As exceptions from Space?
.
When we could
Without needless confusion
Include each in the other’s embrace
In natural communion
Immersed in infinite receptivity
Everlasting Grace

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