"At Any Given Moment"
At any given moment,
we come back home.
Thousands of us,
Come back Home.
Returning from our performance,
our Dance with The Divine.
The Buddhists say
We are experiencing
A Thousand Things At Once.
when we were on stage,
make that Three Thousand.
Doing original material?
make that Ten Thousand!
Some part of us thinks we couldn’t possibly
experience all that,
or that we are being overly sensitive,
But it is not so.
Each of us could write a novel,
about the delivious totality of our show.
a journey through time.
it was sublime,
it was boring,
it was fun,
it was amazing!
it aggravated my left knee,
it burned out my cold,
it was like Christmas, having my own roadie,
it was impossible to do in a tour this long!
it was great, except for . . .
it would have been better if they would have been there . . .
it was the last time I will ever . . .
it might have worked if I had . . .
it would never work unless . . .
it proves that I can memorize lines . . .
it means that I have no memory at all!
And the three hours before?
It's like a whole separate performance.
If people only knew
the insanity involved in
putting A Thousand Things together,
making it all work . . .
At any given moment
Comes back Home.