As humans in steady stares
are drawn to look and look again
at simplicity within a bloom,
they are often astounded to see
the intricate, the remarkable,
sometimes the unbelievable.
They are taken aback;
they are simply delighted
with the complexities
as souls are fed.
What if Our Creator awaits
each day to see us in similar ways
in glances which mesmerize?
What if there is astonishment
in staring at the intricacy,
the remarkability, the amazement
in viewing humans’ races,
earthly doings of going here,
going there, scattering everywhere?
What if there is delight, simple laughter,
in views of humans spreading kindness to others
as handlings of all matters are steered
by something greater, something invisibly beautiful?
Could kindness-nurturing humans,
those led by such power, be Our Creator’s soul food?