Truth Must Be Too Hazy
~ By Meher Gandhi
The stars gaze at what might be true,
The moon corrects their falsity.
The truth must be too windblown and hazy,
To be known till the end of eternity.
Like the thin air that goes unseen,
The waters that never rest,
Truth leaves the scene,
Unheard but, never unfelt.
Oh, the bells that ring too far,
The realisations that hit beyond the living,
May the light bring them from the stars,
To grace us with righteous forgiving.
Every atom, every cell,
That resides in the truest being,
Must transpire from the invisible shell,
For the sake of its freeing.
Lies must be crushed,
False dark vows must be brought to light.
Truth shall remain the angel untouched,
No more undercover shut tight.
Listen to how the truth rises,
From shallow pits of dusty lies.
Watch the rocks fall on fake cries,
Brace yourselves for the unbinding storm now arises.
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