What is nature looking at, and never turns its back? A loving shine that’s glowing, That understands no lack.
The daisy a reflection: Halo of petal rays, Round and golden centered, Seeing only blessed days.
All day a field of poppies, Turn their necks from east to West, Never wondering another source, Never dreaming up a test.
Try to find a flower Not staring at the sun. Or leaf that turns its bottom up, As though from life to run.
Climbing up through darkness, all vines will seek the light: None are known in Heaven That are striving for the night.
I show my face and spread my arms, Should you wonder why I bother- close my eyes and in my blindness, Look directly at The Father.
And where I see The Father, Is assuredly another: For everywhere that God is, Thank God there is The Mother!
Paramahansa Yogananda once said, and I paraphrase: “When in need, Do go to both The Father and The Mother, but go first to The Mother, for she is always closer.”