Poetry Inspired by Network Care

The Third Eye

When I left my dormant body,

I tested circumstance with my reveries;

I thought about the tragedies

Involved in all my memories,

And then I came to an unexpected redemption,

Feeling a slow and curious retention,

From the broken depths of my attention,

I need to view the scattered trees:

A jungle of weary healing

Came to me and gave back feeling,

Sending me into these dreams,

When my mind needs to release the screams

My body I soon could then recover,

For no feeling was like another:

Mountains in my mind I travel,

About a distant past I’d ravel,

Flying high above existence

Out from the black heart of a rebel;

Here I’d find, and would unwind,

A distant kind of concubine,

Connected to a collective intelligence,

Following a current of preference-

That does not act or stray or sway,

But, lets now make this reference…


The essence of understanding,

Relies on a open mind…


And yours


Marek A.

(905) 693-8804



Dr. Allison Barriscale has moved west from downtown Toronto to Milton, ON where she is now practising full-time with her partner and husband Dr. Robert Coddington.


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