March 10, 2017

Goddess made Woman.

Wonder of wonders, Goddess made woman.

Creature of procreation, lactation, adoration, and ejaculation.

Amazonian being of sugar and spice, sweat, sinew and the scent of a dozen roses, a hundred pines, and a thousand tears of frankincense on fire.

Goddess made woman: two breasts, two mouths, fuelled by the heart furnace, inspired by infinite children, because every mother will take every child for her own.

Goddess made woman with the instinctive wisdom of the ancients, the power to heal, to attract, to transform, and to manifest all that was once missing, once broken, once lost.

Woman to come home to.

Woman to be born of and released from. Woman to rise up and be at your side when no one else will.

Goddess made woman, with the power to carry the weight of what has been given her, and to know the time to put it down.

She who agreed to curl her life-force within, a flower protective of its seed till the very end.

She who agreed to bleed, the song of fertility spilled upon the land because there is always more, always more where that came from.

Goddess made woman who could stand up again, and again, and again, no matter how many times she was knocked down, because her legs were wider than the trees, eyes more searing than the suns, nipples more sensitive than the moon as it waxes and wanes, pulling the tides of men—her voice riding high on those warmest winds, nothing frozen, nothing silenced here.

And God said, “it is good, she and I will dance.”

In my awakening I will show her just how immense she is, for we are a reflection of one another, nothing less, and I cannot be who I am without her, and she cannot be who she is without knowing me, all of me, the whole of me. We mate throughout eternity in search of one another’s life-giving, life-rebirthing seed.

Goddess said, “it is good.”

The fire of alchemy pours from my loins and the top of my head. The blue of star light pierces my throat, the eye of my brow.

The snake of awakening has blessed me.

Let me in, let me in, let me rise.




Author: AdiKanda

Image: Osaki Kun/Deviant Art

Editor: Lieselle Davidson

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