dance by my grave
dance with no shame
dance with no worry
rejoice by my grave for I am in joy
I am in peace
I am in light
I am light
just like you are
and I am by your side, I will always be
I am everywhere
I am there
and I am here
so by my grave
may there be lots of flowers and an abundance of dancing
there are no limits
we have created limits for the sake of this reality
yet within this reality exists a different reality
reality of limitlessness
reality of infinity
reality of one
we keep playing different roles in the theatre of life
may we play them from the space of oneness
what do you know that you have forgotten that you know?
Question borrowed from A Choreographer’s Handbook by Jonathan Burrows. Jonathan Burrows A Choreographer’s Handbook (Oxon: Routledge, 2010), 62.
do you remember that you are love?
do you remember?
you are love
do you remember love?
why is this knowing?
how is this knowing?
what is this knowing?
or this unknowing?
knowing (un) knowing
from knowing into unknowing into knowing
into a different new fresh well-known knowing
into (un) knowing
why do you know?
how do you know?
what do you know?
or maybe I do
maybe you are me
maybe I am you
maybe we are one
a space we live in throughout life
a space we live in throughout our entire life no matter the circumstances
a space we live in
a space we live with
a space of the known and the unknown, of the visible and the invisible,
of the in-between
a space to perceive, to perceive through, to perceive from
a space of moment-to-moment perceiving, experiencing, relating
a space of moment-to-moment living
a territory of infinite relationships
a territory of infinite lives, of their constants and of their transformations
my bodily vessel of knowing
subtle ephemeral knowing
fleeting through me
intangibly touching my within
how are you my knowing today?
maybe I don’t ask any more questions…