The Return of Meerabai is a collection of poems and prayers channeled through a passage of time mysterious to the human eye. It is the name of my first book of poems to be published and also the name of my grassroots tour whereby if you would like to invite me to read for you, it will be a humble and honorable duty of mine to accept. The Return of Meerabai is a complete year’s worth of poems and prayers that started a couple of months into my backpacking travels and which continued after returning home to America. These poems and prayers are autobiographical accounts of my intense, spiritual journey that began when I left home for what would be nine months abroad in five countries. The prayers are in worship of Our Heavenly Father, or by whatever name we call Him, and some poems are love poems.
This poet’s voice, in a way, is completely foreign to me yet in a way, it is also familiar. That is to say that this experience with channeling poems and prayers is very new to me and I’m learning more about the whole process; the changes within myself when this mood overcomes me; and what it all really means, I guess. It’s a fascinating journey that I’m quickly understanding its value and so I wholeheartedly embrace invitations from kind angels who also understand its value, if you get what I’m saying.
The pen name I choose to use is Meera, the Hindu Indian name given to me when I was in India in 2014, for its unique significance.
All thoughts, feelings, opinions and ideas are wholeheartedly encouraged to be shared here from anyone regardless of age, sex, creed, color, origin or religion. The only request I have is that the communication used by all of us be kept at a high vibration of light, love, truth, and peace. Testimonies that stimulate the mind and heart to expand are encouraged while testimonies that attack or judge will not be welcome. To use the language of The Dhammapada with regards specifically to the Eightfold Path, also known as The Middle Path, please use right speech when leaving your comments or testimonies.