sophia’s sisters

Sophia’s sisters

 

She dances shamelessly

Her nakedness exposed

as She saunters in, around and through the room

Her fingers trailing lightly

leave their trace upon my cheek

as She glances back

seducing something vital inside me

to arise and enter in

to Her lovemaking

 

Her Sister, seductive in her own way,

slips silently into space

Her curves concealed completely

by the flowing robes, the veil

laced with mystery reveals

the untouchable

fleeting flash of something seeing me

wanting to be seen

 

the third One sits as if

not knowing She is blossom

color, fragrance, form

opening in time, responding to this

bath of sun and rain She draws

me into Her beauty

Her unfolding welcoming

my plunge

   

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. brendanblue
    Feb 14, 2008 @ 10:46:45

    Plunge indeed — what a delight! Reminds me of the Three Graces dancing round the poet’s truth. And the veils of Sophia, that earthy soul wisdom – sexual, mystical, gorgeous — how that twirl in the dance!

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