We Are the Wayseers, A Guest Post By Michael Hopkins

EyeNote from Michael Hopkins: This was written yesterday, 27 September 2014, at my kitchen table, a place I am often nourished by creativity, and published for the first time on my blog (http://mnhopkins.blogspot.se) today. At first, four lines came to me and as the day progressed, I added more until the final product you see here today. If you wish to read more of my poems, please click on Poem Hunters.

We are the Wayseers
We come from all generations
All lands
All races
For, we are the Wayseers

We appear to the world as sheep
Yet, we have the eyes of the eagle
The heart of the lion
We are resilient
We are strong
We are patient
We follow not the dictates of politicians, priests or money changers
We only hold dear the words of the Prophets
The Saints of all ages
Those who serve the Good
For, they were the Wayseers before our arrival upon this Earth
As we will be the Wayseers for those yet to come

For, you see us not
Yet, we see you clearly and compassionately
With a vision that is crystal clear
For, we are the Wayseers

Sometimes we see the road so far ahead
That we miss seeing events so near at hand
For, we are the Wayseers
By those of dim vision who see and hear so little
Lost in false images of non-reality
For, we are the Wayseers

Undetoured by those of weakness and dim vision
We fight not with weapons
Nor fists
Not even with words
For, we listen quietly to That Which Is the Essence of All
That forms worlds yet to come
For, we are the Wayseers

We stay the course
We sacrifice
We endure
We show the way toward sanity
A brighter future
For, we are the Wayseers

We travel lightly and  joyfully
Sharing with all the gifts we have been given
For, we are the Wayseers

Though rarely seen
We always see the road ahead
Always knowing the way
So that others may follow safely
For, we are the Wayseers

Come join us
And Then, many more can and very willingly
“We are the Wayseers.”

© 2014 M.N. Hopkins

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