The mysterium conspires with the
animal world whose souls so resemble
the purity and innocence of a human child.
It recognises the miracle of life
in both seed and egg
and the wonder of a harvest which
springs from an ear of corn.
This solitary communion with the unseen
can be rendered, a mysterious feeling,
and it has been called, ‘the dreaming’,
although it may be better understood as divine consciousness.