I used to drink alone.
Single, with everyone else partnered except me.
Later taken, my boy stayed home while I partied the nights away.
That didn’t work out, of course.
So I traveled across the open sea,
but not before reaching the height of the heavens with fiery flings,
and other such things.
On this land, there were those that danced their way into my heart.
In the desert, on the hillside.
Yet it was the Waters that brought me a great love.
This One’s fear and doubt tore us apart.
So accustomed he had grown to my presence, he came running back into my arms.
Silly me for letting him back in
No more…no more!
Nearly a decade now on this side of the Pacific,
who would’ve thought I would be reunited with magic?
And yet, no matter how much of it there is,
stories don’t always have a fairy tale ending.
Heart weary, it is now all a blur.
The only thing that’s clear is the sight of what lies ahead.
I’m ready to reveal myself to you
what I Want,
what I Need,
I’ll show you my Longing for Something Deeper,
I’m ready to tell you what my Dreams look like,
so much so,
how it feels to be Inside of me.
I will Fill You In.
You’ll know the color of my wanting,
the burning of my Desire.
See the smoke rising from the consummation of my love,
an Offering on this altar of ours.
Pray with me,
to the tune of our Hearts Beating as One,
Bodies Breathing as One.
Walk in to my Fantasies,
make them come alive.
From the depths of our Prayers
we will reach the high Heavens…
at a time.
Finally saw the movie after buying the DVD forever ago.
So funny. So true. So Woody Allen…
The can-can scene made me cry.
The book that Gil Bender (Owen Wilson) wrote may or may not have been a hit, but his book’s character should be able to get this one…
when the rain pours down in Paris
I shall find solace
in a dusty, old nostalgia shop.
I will find you,
As I did in the desert
many Lifetimes ago.
You’ll know its Me,
as You did
when I first Touched You.
My Loving is unmistakable.