Fading strongly across what she laid out
An open hand, with a very forceful sense of urgency.
Life knows how to hand out the best of what it intends
But does so even so randomly, that she couldn’t keep up.
When everything seemed so lost
She foraged for whatever it was she needed
Pride, dignity, reason, comprehension, intelligence.
There is a light in this woman nobody sees
Because nobody cares enough to look deeper in her
Than what they can get, what they see, what she can do.
With no sense of time, she thinks they are silly making up a clock
Just to keep up with some sense of order within the chaos that is life.
Putting others in charge of one another, giving this false sense of authority
One, over another,
Who decided this was the way, and whom would rule whom?
She glides along in a garden she planet
Most of which are things she doesn’t eat
So she grows them for others.
The light in her, never diminished by the fact
That nobody can see it.
You can extinguish darkness with light
But you never extinguish light with darkness.