Mia (aphrodisian) wrote in thiasosdionysos,
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I found this an appropriate offering - Taken from my personal journal.

"Candles raise my desire.
Why I`m so far away.
No more meaning to my life.
No more reason to stay.

Freezing feeling.
Breathe in - Breathe in.
I`m coming back again.

I`m not the one who`s so far away -
When I feel the snake bite enter my veins.
Never did I wanna be here again -
And I don`t remember why I came.

Hazing clouds rain on my head.
Empty thoughts fill my ears.
Find my shade by the moonlight -
Why my thoughts aren`t so clear.

Demons dreaming.
Breathe in - Breathe in.
I`m coming back again.

I`m not the one who`s so far away -
When I feel the snake bite enter my veins.
Never did I wanna be here again -
And I don`t remember why I came.

Voodoo - Voodoo.

I`m not the one who`s so far away.."
~Godsmack, "Voodoo"


~*~


Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

I rest happily within the palms of your hands, or curled up at your feet. In place of my fear - I watch it disintegrating, withering away to ashes at my feet where it once barred my vision - I have instead found the strength and courage to challenge it, the fortitude to endure its destructive whirlwinds as I broke it apart in my hands, and greater freedom on the other side of its demise.

It hurt like hell for a long time, but when I see the rhyme to the madness now, I`m awed by its beauty.

It reminds me of the snake at feeding time. Only we are the rodent. The jaws lock about the neck, or the scales wrap around us - and slice off our oxygen supply. Initially it is uncomfortable, perhaps even painful in the latter case. Resistent to change, and afraid, we struggle. The more we struggle, the tighter the constricting, the tighter the grasp of the jaws. It is our instinct to resist change, the death of things. But if we were to simply relax, and let go, stop our struggle against what we cannot alter by way of Him, the experience would be much quicker, much less painful. When we release for Him, he swallows us whole - and he will do so, no matter if we fight him and suffer more for doing so, or relent to him and find the new experience. The experience that comes after the pain, the fear of the unknown, the blackened inner tunnels come to view - the experience of being one with him. Being taken inside of him, and joined together as one. He will work over us, ripping out what is not needed, not necessary - and like the unneeded portions of a serpent`s dinner - he will spit these things out of himself - and keep what remains of us within him. Once you are inside - you will never wander outside of him again.

Beautiful, fearsome, potentially deadly, and yet wholly natural, unbound, and merciful - he is the tunnel that we travel along once we release our struggle and are consumed.

Thank you for this experience!

~Walk in Love!
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