illuminates a clear sky
new star falls to Earth
Kim M. Russell, 2017
Image found on aliens. wiki.com
My response to Carpe Diem #1172 filtered light
Today we have a poem by Rumi to meditate and contemplate, which is entitled ‘a star without a name’ and describes how humankind came to the world, like a star without a name.
When a baby is taken from the wet nurse,
it easily forgets her
and starts eating solid food.
Seeds feed awhile on ground,
then lift up into the sun.
So you should taste the filtered light
and work your way toward wisdom
with no personal covering.
That’s how you came here, like a star
without a name. Move across the night sky
with those anonymous lights.
Chèvrefeuille says that this poem is surely about something wonderful and magical. Maybe it is about starseeds, which he explains are individuals that originate from far-distant star and solar systems, planets, and galaxies. These highly evolved souls carry a plethora of wisdom and special abilities that hibernate deep within the core of their being. Starseeds carry the ‘seeds’ of light. They are the indigo’s, the forefather’s, the innovators, the galactic ones, the star ancestors, and the true teachers and inspirations of ascension.