I want to take you in and together be the motions of an earthquake; eruptions the likes of Vesuvius! I want to walk side by side with you, the way lions play in golden meadows, dandelions kissing their necks – soft like the touch of silks born of the beautiful-est butterfly’s transformation.
I want to cross my heart with yours, the way vines climb trees to reach the sun they so direly need, if you should fall then take me. I want to wash away your pains the way waves erase and make the face of the shores, and absorb you the way nature takes in a thunderstorm – bursting out all the life of a planet.
I want to be present in your minds eye till I die and am reborn of pure calms, that make the body shake! I want to explore your mind the way a trickling river carves its way through sedimentary rock – unearthing treasures hidden for millennia.
Discovering the world from foot prints along the beach, to grains of sand stuck to your skin, the wind whispers in your hair, to the breeze that kisses your cheeks, lift you up with my soul, and give all my breath to carry you,
I want to embrace you the way the grass collapses in as you lay;
I want to remove your clothes the way time and the elements wear the mountain sides, and touch you the way light shimmers across your lips, as shadows play games with desire – like fire eats the forest; I want you.
To be at your side the way the sun braces the horizon; to take you the way the moon pulls the ocean’s heart strings, the reason for its crests and troughs. I want to bring us to peak, and then come down again in the infinite perfection that is the Fibonacci spiral becoming the golden ratio.
I want to dance about hands clasped the way the universe shows us the dialectic, with your aspect and mine intertwined in the Hieros Gamos; we will cease to exist, only to rise from the sparks of imperceptible embers upon our beings where we will union in exacerbating infinity, sounding perfection at inaudible frequencies that can only be grokked – to touch of anything else, I dare us.
I imagine that would be something unforgettable across ages;
I wonder if I could imagine anything as wonderful as you.