I’ve known you but a thousand years my love
Your face so rare and calm…
I’ve known you deep inside the walls that push against my scorn.
Trenchant waters, tar-like mattes of ribbon sheer and broad,
Stripes form bridges…
Moats to cross…
Transfixed, I hear you call.
I know that voice so clear and deep, it beckons me to come,
“Reside with me my love.” “All right.”
The waters surge at dawn.
The Night is bright with moonlit sky
I wish it’d go away, to corners webbed and clockwork loose
To trip dimensions throng.
Plunge me into silence still embraced by tepid wrong.
Wrong and right eclipse my lungs…
No morals throng.
Fear gloats its rabid face…”STOP!” I feign to tell it stunned.
My love lies deep within my heart, unhinged by doom-it runs!
Criss-cross sticks form one long bridge
Across the chasm’s face
Tred lightly dear, sing your way through the ache dismissed as day.
I’ve known you but a thousand years, this too shall pass away.
Eternity is ours my love.
The womb shall have its way.
9/26/09. Kin #66, White 1 Worldbridger (My Tzolkin Analog)
I remember writing this. I was at the end of a marriage and going through the wringer, deeply wanting to find a soulmate or my twin flame. My soul was burning. It was nine years ago and a whole life has happened since. Seems like yesterday.