Seeking and finding

I mourned you as a mortal person—The way you looked,The things we did together,The tears and laughter.Now I had lost this person,And my heart was heavy.

But the Comforter came gently,Took me by the hand,And brought me to an understanding—A very clear, intuitive understanding—Of concrete, spiritual identity,Brilliant and braveAs star in winter sky.

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