I Can Feel You.

Via on Jul 3, 2012

I can feel you in the breeze
Blowing in my eyes
Creating a tear, caressing my face
Gently kissing my lips and reminding me of yesterday.

I can feel you in the sunlight
Warming my skin
Allowing me to bask in the glow of greatness
In this never-fleeting moment.

I can feel you in the sand
As it massages my feet
Providing me with a sense of where I am
Even if I am lost in temporary insanity.

I can feel you in the stillness
And see you clearly in the clouds
I smile knowing that we’ve been this way before
Even if we have never been this way before.

I can feel you in my dreams
Calling out to me, yes you are searching too
I call out as well, but silence is all I hear
You are deaf to my desire.

I can feel you in my asana
Along the line where comfort becomes something more
Pulling me upward, steadying my gaze
The world around me disappears.

I can feel you…
One day we shall meet
And you will know me as only a lover can
You will smile as you feel me too.

You will say “I can feel you
Even as I closed my eyes you were there
As I reached out you grasped my hand
Before I knew you I knew you.”

I will say “My lover
We have never been apart
I have held you in my heart even before the dawn of time
We have always known each other.”

You will feel me, and I will feel you
As if we were born a million years ago
And together we will forget the million tears we shed
Before this moment’s birth.

Behold your man
Your mountain’s majesty, your lion’s steady roar
And know that I am steadfast
Even as I will surely return to dust.

Enjoy this moment, do not rush to make it end
Feel me, take me, hold me
For I have learned a thousand lessons
To be with you in my own humanity.

I can feel you…

Editor: Lynn Hasselberger

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About Tom Grasso

Tom Grasso is a seeker, pathological meditator, a veteran firefighter and rescue tech, a poet, a blogger (new site), and aspiring writer. More importantly, he is a father of three (meaning he is also a lecturer, teacher, chef, order taker, taxi driver, coach, mentor and aspirin addict) and has found great joy in sharing his life experience to the benefit of others. A disciple of Ruiz' "The Four Agreements", Tom works diligently to prosper through guidelines that have transformed his life even before he knew they existed outside of his own experience. You can follow Tom on Twitter and on Facebook. Don't forget to like his "blog page" at Tom Grasso, Writer on Facebook.

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One Response to “I Can Feel You.”

  1. Mamaste says:

    Just intro'd on FB to: Love & Yoga.

    Beautiful message…..

    ~Mamaste

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