Him and the World

He has more to live for than oneself,
More to understand with being just a speck,
He stops seeing Himself,
And starts seeing beyond the deck.
The more he looks into the World,
He is opened to what lies within him, the ‘You’,
The more he integrates and swirls,
He becomes something greater like few.
Decisions and thoughts seize to revolve around the ‘I’,
And stop benefiting a ‘Single Being’,
Instead he indulges in options from others eye,
Serving the ‘Many Beings’.
As he learns more to look into the world he becomes more invisible to Himself.

However, the opposite,

Everything becomes unnecessary,
The more he learns,
He tends to disconnect merrily,
Allowing the flame within him to burn.
To himself, he’s alive every second,

Feeling it’s an addiction,
Nothing else matters but his own reckoned,
Feeding from it, a slave by constriction.
As he learns more to look into the world he becomes more invisible to the Real-World.

Kruti Makwana