Sometime during the night
I knew what was more right
to sing our songs
with great yang might
and soft yintegrity’s not wrongs.
We could sustain our notes
within this singing circle,
whether loud or soft,
but not too soft
to slowly feel our pitch
veer yinly flat.
Whether bright or dull,
vibrato or flat-line pure linear
waves of yang/yin sounds
to uniformly match dipolar
and multiculturally mixed.
Then, as we listen and sustain,
we are free to retain our interdependent voices
of dissonance and confluence,
of dissent and harmony,
of resistance and peace,
and also free to change
toward growing harmony
or growing disharmony.
And, as we listen for re-alignments
in our ego/eco-voicing stream of time,
we grow free to hear with right-hemispheric wholeness
of our collective chord changes,
now growing louder,
until fading into silent joy,
listening to our echoing after-ring power
of collective yang/yin reweaving memory.
We are no different,
on our better win/win communicating days,
of listening to curiously understand
than actively speaking out and up
for ego/ecological resilience
both vibrato and flat-line
peacefully ever mountain/valley after.