justice can grow

yesterday morning a fictional story was born
poured from me without any prompting
no gestation period or birthing pain
must have been dormant as it burst forth
determined to outline Justice Jedi’s
passion to resolve major injustices
to sort the mess we’ve made
born from greed of power and wealth
to right the wrongs to install morality
to bring back respect and basic humanity

this fiction will flower as her seeds germinate
empowering us to think and act better
no need to repeat the convoluted pollutions
from all our prior mistakes
time to graft kindness and concern
deeply into our conscious
to support each other
and abandon all jealousy greed
and insecurity for they got us into this
woeful quagmire …

so read and emulate your superheros
or even invent your own
lets imbue our world and souls
with nurturing nectar
let’s practice patience tolerance
and thoughtfulness for its what
we each want … let the harm implode
for it’s cursed and ruined our lives
our attitudes and emphasise need refocus
to rebuild our world and life of lotus

dVerse, birth or conception, Amaya

19 comments

  1. Right on, Kate!
    I can see your Justice Jedi in two book editions…one for adults and one for young adults or children!
    Hopefully the next few generations will NOT follow the examples being set today…and will bravely stand up, speak out, and work to bring justice to the peoples of the world and to the world itself! 🙂 Your story/book could help them! 🙂
    HUGS!!! 🙂
    PS…I’ve always believed most poetry and stories are birth-ed. They often burst-forth like a baby itchin’ to see “What’s goin’ on out there?” HA! 😀

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  2. It maybe a fiction for now Kate but i am hoping it will transcend into reality as we all needed ..patience and tolerance among others are virtues many have forgotten these days. Your words may even spark a change among us all..

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  3. I wonder how to abandon all jealousy, greed, and insecurity, for we can say that’s what we need to do but it doesn’t help if we don’t have a method to enact it. The Catholics have the habit of reconciliation, or confessing one’s sins, but does it mean much if the sin is actually not dispelled but merely forgiven? I wonder what others do to undertake this noble, life-saving act of abandonment…

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    • persistent effort as it’s not ingrained … we need to forgive ourselves, apply an antidote and endeavour never to repeat again!
      But if we do know that’s it’s an unhealthy habit and repeat step one 🙂

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  4. Perhaps Justice Jedi took up her leading role in your conscious life yesterday, Kate, but it’s obvious she’s been pretty busy behind the scenes for a while now.

    No doubt, you were aware of her presence, but yesterday she decided, “It’s time.” From recent trials, a new champion emerges!

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