“Why do you strip me of what makes me beautiful? I was tall, graceful and my form was loved by All. But now I am naked clothed only by my longing to return to that which I was. I was met by a flame that promised me glory and immortality How could I be such a fool to believe in such a dream ... “
The Wind replied
“The initiating flames that kissed your crown and cleansed you of all form and name launched you into my loving arms, so that I may unveil your true essence. I have not stripped you of your beauty I have only invited your beauty to become timeless and eternal. Your sweet gentle fragrance is now One with me, no longer confined and caged by time and space, resting solely and fully in the ancient present. My child, Rejoice! you are free just as I am unbound, empty and untethered from this world.. “
Death is the poem of the universe
The thing you lost at your birth , you will find at your death.
cheap matches it took three trips striking those brittle necks against the grate. but when I finally lit sandalwood incense, that smoldering scent calmed my jittery soul, aching for reprieve from longing.
When the wind blows Through the drapes, Half open. A breeze Comes from somewhere To play with the smoke. On the table There is incense Going up in essence. The radio keeps talking, And screaming At me, Laughing With me? My imaginary friends Would call me paranoid If I had any.
Soon as you open the door And I feel the touch of your skin. I know I am home. When my hands glide across the small of your back. There is no greater absolute feeling. My lips pressed against yours Before the door can close. The divinity of a kiss, Revealed not only in places kept secret, But the manifestation of each throb our heart begins to beat. My hands beneath the small of your back. The taste of chocolate swirling around my mouth. Being here alone with you. You've lit the fragrance of a passion burned deep, And with each sensation that strokes this fire. May we both wither like the ash That burns in this ember we've come to know as home Filled with a depth as satisfied as I am in knowing. There is no greater place I'd rather be, than here with you