prayer for inclusion: planting the seeds for true unity consciousness

Guest blog in a form of poetry.

words divinely wrought

I wrote “Prayer for Inclusion” on U.S. Inauguration Day,
January 20, 2009, and was deeply heartened when
it won the title, “Inaugural Poem We Should Have Had,”
in a (small) competition at Australian-based

Unity consciousness begins with each of us.
Today and every day, be whole now.

Prayer for Inclusion

Include me.

Invite me into the circle and guide me to the spot that bears my name
Escort me with a steadying touch, loose your hold and bear me aloft
Include my joy and ebullience, my hope and promise
The tracks of endless tears and the wounds of struggle and pain
that have marked the past

Include me raw and refined, defiant, quiescent
Include me enriched and diminished, broken and healed
Embrace me as the one anointed and demeaned
Privileged and impoverished by stature, circumstance
or the trajectory of an inconstant moon

Include my willingness.

Reap the fruits of…

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