God, as I see her

God, as I see her
is the sustainer of all,
sacred and profane,
she feeds both alike
without qualification

God, as I see her
has unemptiable breasts,
one with sweetmilk,
one with gall,
both fulfilling

God, as I see her
is unreasonable

God, as I see her
is the master of all,
she lives in the house
she created;
in the evening she has
no one to thank
but herself
for a lovely day

God, as I see her
created the river
to flow of its own accord

God, as I see her
is the master poet

God, as I see her
never moves
but reflects all motion
in her stillness

God, as I see her
utters the word
that fills her own heart
with emotion

God, as I see her
is the master of all waters
who catches herself
in the rushes

God, as I see her
tarries not
over questions of
right and wrong

God, as I see her
is eternally restless
like a day unfolding
forever

God, as I see her
holds the ropes
which tether my heart
to the wind

God, as I see her
is the perfect host,
receiving herself
like a guest

God, as I see her
climbs the mountain
without hope for a
swift descent

God, as I see her
manifests as the many
to confuse the few
who look for the one

God, as I see her
dreams the dream
without sleeping

God, as I see her
is emptiness fulfilled;
God, as I see her
is the everchanging changeless

God, as I see her
with the fire of love
consumes the world
she created

God, as I see her
is the mover of hearts,
the changer of minds
and the temptress of souls

God, as I see her
is the incense which
pervades the temple

God, as I see her
created the oceans
so that the fish
could swim freely

God, as I see her
smiles without purpose

God, as I see her
brandishes the sword
which slays this two-armed form

God as I see her
moves without pity:
her compassion is
complete

God, as I see her
suffers the pain
of giving birth
again and again

God, as I see her
is the love which permeates
all existence;
sometimes manifest,
sometimes latent,
but always found where
one is looking

God, as I see her
unties the hands
I use to bind my feet;
God, as I see her
unbinds the feet
I use to step on my hands:
God, as I see her
has infinite patience

God, as I see her
dances alone
to a song she’s
always sung

God, as I see her
asks no questions
and offers in turn
no answers

God, as I see her
prays to herself

God, as I see her
is simply divine.