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It has occurred to me to write about what I go through when I see you.
To begin and lay the foundation that, to me, you are the embodiment of HER. I shake my head in disbelief at how one can ooze "Life" without betraying the Death that is too surely and mortally to follow.
Thus is another of your mysteries...

You drive us to X. All the while I drink you in. Your sillouhette...statuesque.
Again, HER manifest!
Thus is another of your mysteries...
Then I may say something that requires clarification.
Regardless of the "why", you turn. And your bless-ed eyes meet mine, and my heart instantly surrenders.
"What you wish my Queen."

Your body... ahhhh!
supple to a fault.
As if a child's birth were nothing to a woman's body,
when I know damn full well that it is not so!

When I think of you I feel two words. They don't appear in my psyche, being a writer as most words do,I feel them. As I feel,
we have been intended.
The two words?
Delicious and Reverence.
For the tangible that IS you no mortal could resist...
Yet reverence of the Divine that I plainly see, within and without you, makes me hesitate.
I'm learning to bear in mind that I am Mortal, and HERE.
As such carnal desire is... to be expected.
could this too be a test of will?
Another test of strength meted by Them?

I am too weak to deny you dearest Mortal.
Goddess, if it is I promise now that I voluntarily fail the test.
Should this cost me the title...
Then I may have more thinking to do than I'd thought.
BUT know this, though my Mortal Goddess,
that I believe I may Love you.

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by Robert Walker

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