Be thou sure to not entangle and be caught-up in the regulations of the day.
Let not the entwined rituals finangle your diligent breath to blow whimsy away.
Forget not thou art human and make mistake, as do all who dwell upon this plane.
Unbind your eyes from mundane fetters and look upon the person by you-
Whomever they may be,
Wherever you may dwell,
You and he and she and they and us and we;
All loved and beloved long to be.
Remember to remind and renew afresh you spirit.
Thou, oh dirty soul, art frailty, yet loved by The Divine;
Graced to be a channel of mercy, webbing intricate, shimmering with compassion;