"Moon In Water" as written by and Karl Hyde Lincoln Barrett....
The phenomenon of moon-in-the-water is likened to human experience.
The water is the subject, and the moon the object.
When there is no water, there is no moon-in-the-water.
And likewise there is no moon.
But when the moon rises,
The water does not wait to receive it's image,
And even when the tiniest drop of water is poured out,
The moon does not wait to cast it's reflection.
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection

Past is already past.
The future's not yet here.
Things are constantly changing

Manifests, manifests
Manifests, manifests
Manifests, manifests

Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection
Does not wait to cast it's reflection

And the past is already past
The future not yet here
Things are constantly changing

Things are constantly changing

The event is caused as much by the water as by the moon,
And as the water manifests the brightness of the moon,
The moon manifests the clarity of the water.


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"Moon in Water" as written by Lincoln Jordan Barrett Karl Hyde

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