Genie Nakano

“Namaste”,Photo: Genie Nakano, Chang Mai,Thailand, 2007

Namaste Dear Gods, Are you there? Perhaps you are arguing and you can't hear me now. yet, I hope one day I'll wake up singing the darkness will turn to light tears of sorrow will be flooded with tears of joy for they go hand in hand I will see the black and white merging in the sand until then I sit and wait inside until the raindrops color thirsty petals and death "blows faraway" It's so hard living in fear Wondering... if I, he, she, they, will be the ones It's so hard to not open doors to talk stand six feet apart because you may be the one So today we Elders sat outside in the mist six of us -- six feet apart we drank champagne clicking to health and life our fears suspended we laughed until the rain began…

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I love writing--It's my joy, my therapy--my confession. I'm a performer, dancer, yoga and meditation instructor, write a poetry column for Rafu Shimpo. Growth and love of life is a key to my happiness.

3 thoughts on “Namaste

  1. Hi Genie, Are you okay? The last post I received was dated, March 23rd? Did you take me off the list? My email address is : Please continue to send me your poetry and chair yoga. I look forward to them. Thanks. Joanne Okamoto

    Sent from my iPhone



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