No Walls Between Us by Carol Ogden

Third place honours in the poetry category, Mensa Canada 2018 Literary Contest

We have no walls between us,
you and I,      only space,
not filled, not empty, just
vibrating, expanding, contracting
space.

A frown or a smile
might become a winding maze,
or a soothing embrace, as
space,
as energy, moves.

Oh, you and I,
we have no walls
between us,      only
space,
dancing with our energy.