POEMS by N English


PRESENCE Painting by N. EnglishPRESENCE. Painting by Natasha English

In the quiet stillness

The universe speaks

Without words


A paradox of un-imposing

Gentleness and strength

As it obliterates

Polarity, falseness and chaos


An uncoiled rawness

Shy and naked

Stripped free

From the veil

Of pretense and imposition.



The light shines

And strikes the compass

Without a dial

As it pierces the violence

And conditioned urgency

Upon itself


In this sacred space

Trust is born

Come forth

The Ancient One ‘as you are.



Spacious, free, and clear

Unknowable and omnipotent

Humbled by the reflection

Of your sacred presence


Welcome to this space

With out violence

As we are One

Without Breath

Without Form


CONTAINED Painting by N. English CONTAINED
Painting by N. English


Your avoidance to being

With reality as is,

Is the violence perpetrated

Against Nature within you

Examine the urge, the impulse, the movement that seeks for experience and satiation.


Listen and attune

To the pain and suffering

Created by your own denial


They are kisses of truth un-realized

From the hidden harmony

Within you

Come as you are


Let the community of stillness

Purge the usury of self and others

Be embraced by the comfort

Of flesh and bones

As self distortions and presumptions drop away



The shy and omnipotent  teacher

Can not be manipulated, coaxed, or cajoled

By usurious intent


The stillness uncoils

Presumptions, urges, impulse, abdication, and avoidance

The insatiable ghost is spinning from fear

The teacher reside as the very stillpoint within you

Rest “as you are”












About n h english

Natasha English is a Nondual / Transpersonal Therapist with a private practice in West Vancouver, BC. Since 2007 she has taken a psychosomatic approach to healing and personal development.
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