IF YOU CAN SEE THE TREES
The forest of the mind is large;
Submerged and enlarged are its memories;
Ties to every thing- an interconnected electricity
Neuron to Neuron
Synaptically the trees we see.
Our loves and our losses are leaves.
Sometimes withered, sometimes bright
The chlorophyll of our God-given will
Can make neurons dark or light.
Some branches are strong and others are weak;
Some fall and come undone-
And at the roots we may hesitate
And the water flow turns to none.
To feed each tree you must see the forest;
Did I not tell you there was more than one?
In one forest there are billions of trees-
Though your forest is just one.
But if roots grow and magnify
Due to cohesive and adhesive water;
The water that feeds your forest and trees-
Will feed the forest of another.
So if you can see the trees of your forest-
And reap and sow endless hours-
The forest and trees blend into one-
And you can see the world of the others.