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One Man Show, poem by Sufi Shaman Syed Hamraz Ahsan
By Syed Hamraz Ahsan

a creative writer, poet and columnist. He is a Reiki Master and Reiki master teacher, with over 30 years experience.

He lives in London and practices Reiki, Huna and spiritual healing as well as Dhamal Therapy (Sufi dancing). He is currently working on a book about Star Therapy: a guided meditative practice developed by him.

Jan 28, 2004 - 12:11:00 AM

One Man Show

Nothing exists without Him
Even the non existent
'Knowable and unknowable'
He is not one but the only one
But He likes to play double and triple roles
Or rather all roles
Thinkable and unthinkable

He assumes
That all His roles are perfect
Perfect for his show
Where He is the only performer and He the only audience

No nerves before the performance
He is only exposing Himself to Himself
Which is why He never worries
But still He acts
Only to impress Himself
What a pity
What loneliness

What an illusion to see oneself in so many roles
He needs a really good critic
Or perhaps an experienced regressionist
Even a staled psychoanalyst will do
But there is nobody else
Except Him
And His show is going on and on and on

What a dragging show
What a pity
But the real mystery is
What He looks like off-stage
To Himself

(c) Syed Hamraz Ahsan, hamraz@iktara.co.uk, www.iktara.co.uk

Read other writings by Syed Hamraz in PS-Magazine.com

 


 

Related web sites of interest:   
www.rumi.org.uk/ : is a great online resource including a life of Rumi, and a comprehensive list of his works, poetry and discourses. There is also a daily poem, quotes, events, bulletin board, bibliography and much more. 

 






 

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