The Fish That Swam Up The River (Hehewuti)

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
The Dolphins represent Water. Also, the tireless labours of Spirit Guides in helping Us navigate Life.

Hehewuti means :"Warrior Mother Spirit" . The Holy Spirit.

Submitted: March 13, 2019

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The journey within fills one with wonder beyond belief

A thing of deep mystery that delves into forgotten history

Intricate life plots unravel as chaotic drama unfolds

For you to be a King you have to be a Prince first

To understand the ying you have to accept the yang

For a shadow cannot exist without light

And without trials we can never truly shine

 

 

Nothing happens by chance, fooled you once

Your existence cannot be random, the universe is not that shallow

You are a star in your own story, a light meant to shine in full glory

You are a child borne of divine Love,

a soul gentle as a dove

Pain makes a child grow, but

Love is ceaseless from its boundless flow

You are forever in good hands, even when feeling abandoned in desolate lands

Peace will come to your heart, in faith and Love you must trust

 

 

Trust that the light will lead you to the fight,

the war to take leave of the familiar

It will take all your might, but soon it will be all clear

True wisdom lies in your heart, You are here to grow and Love

You will face rebuke and scorn, but the magic happens outside the comfort zone

Like the spring rain, you hold the key to blossom in the golden summer sun

You have everything to gain, to fathom the mysteries of the universe

Fear is the chain,

break free to behold the beauty

that is eternal in your heart

 

 

From My Loving Eternal Friend,

 Blue. 


© Copyright 2020 Qareem Knight. All rights reserved.

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