May both the wind and the stillness seek you.
May the sea see itself in you
May the swell meet your stern
and humble you both.
May the sun change shapes,
may its faces surround you
and give you warmth.
May the knots unravel
May the fall fetch your balance
May laughter light you like a fuse
and may every route be scenic.
May the wizard in you be revealed.
May you be brave enough and smart enough
May your heart be human enough
May you find your way home.
May you arrive, necessary protest,
loud and unannounced
clumsy and brooding.
Mouth full of grief.
And may you welcome even the
banished parts of you
with bread and open arms.
Somehow your knuckles know grace.
Somehow the beggar gives thanks.