‘Shakti’ by Reflections of Existence #GuestBlog

Reflections on Existence

the sea swept amethyst sands

over the curl of her lip,

swallowing their brilliance

deep into herbelly.

.

as a solitary gull stirred,

fireflies drizzledamber light

down the long shafts

of marsh grass.


and i wandered –

gifting the tidewith tears,

the saline stingof lost years,

when she appeared,

tossing golden hair

over porcelain feet

spread wide

beneath a curved breast.

.

and those eyes,

reflecting my own,

the color of forest

after a full night of rain.

.

shifting shape

we disappeared

where there is no fear.

each of us

with our own hunger

for the breathof our lovers

at the scruff of our necks.

.

mist kissed our lips

as a timeless

indigo rumblewhispered,

“you are the storm”.

she disappeared,

when i became human.

.

A true story of my experience with a beautiful female coyote. We met peacefully many times that…

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