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Diana Kern cedar creek / United States, Female, 65
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    • POEM: Final Soliloquy Of The Interior Paramour by Wallace Stevens (2/10/2008 7:19:00 AM)

      In this poem Wallace Stevens travels into his heart, his soul to speak to the Divine that lives in all of us. This place is the final destination where we gather together as one.

      Through all space and time, Stevens transmutes each one of us to a place of silence, of peace, “of being there together”.

      The first light is the beginning of creation, of a new day, of a new way of being.
      “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good.”

      In this light we rest in faith with the knowing that we are one. Prejudice and injustice can not breathe under God’s illumination; in a “world of ultimate good”. All that is living is in Divine order. As we wrap Divinity around each one of us, we feel the “miraculous influence” of God consciousness.

      Every moment in this place of light is a miracle. We can imagine a world of “ultimate good”, if we remain in the light of God’s comfort.

      We stay present to each moment in God’s light transcending our egos and our judgment. What remains is the source of God as our truth. We unite as we let go of fear. We share the same history as move outside our humanness. At once, we are black and white, male and female, joy and sorrow. We share the same heart that beats for only God and His goodness.