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I Am

I am
Wanting to be what I already am
Lost in striving, I surrender to being

Being part of the universe,
I acknowledge my oneness
As an open-ended cave,

I allow the free winds of eternity
to rush through me

Feeling unbroken,
And sharing my breath with creation

Filled with my emptiness,
I collapse into wholeness

With outstretched wings
and peeled-back fingers

Adrift in a sea of smiles, I let go
Opening all of me to receive

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Irwin Dunsky writes, “I am 64 years old, and live in New¬†Jersey with my wife of 41 years.

“I have been writing for about 13 years.

“My writings reflect a lifetime of experiences, successes and failures. I remain a romantic, forever dreaming of the possibilities.”