soft upon the senses darkness descends, gently pressing, inviting acceptance, surrender. this is the fruitful darkness of gestation where borders blur & numinous exchange can happen spontaneously. words are too slow for this subtle realm, too angular, sharp & hard. like knives carving water, they give motion mimicking meaning, yet little is clear & nothing enduring remains for long. the gentle fruitful darkness is like a womb, allowing growth of life without disturbance, nurturing & holding it in the divinely provided secure protection. i come from that darkness to You, Shiva, called forth by the sacred mystery of Your summons, alluring as the glow of a night-blooming blossom in the pale new moonlight. soft upon the senses, darkness deepens, gently pressing, hinting of surrender to the fullness of gestation. this is where we touch, far beyond borders or worlds. this is where words are put aside & communion of pure essence reaches forth, heart to heart. this is all i know, Shiva: the slow unveiling of the wordless, the advent of light born of the fruitful darkness, the abundant mother of form.
"not everything is of great consequence," is said by some. "there are things of importance & things of less importance." don't believe it! the stars are hanging on our very breath! the farthest galaxies are swimming in our own bloodstream, heating the body, sharing primal creation secrets as we come into organized form in our mother's womb. we emerge from the womb slick with the moist blessing of the great divine benefactor of arcane organic life. we come into a world of shattered stone & hidden light. all things here are pointing back to the source of creation. everything matters because we all come from that one source & our very quantum core is shared with the indivisible. we must remember this when we are told that we don't matter because of a human-generated code of judgement based on appearances, differences & social values. don't believe it! the stars are hanging on our very breath! the farthest galaxies are swimming in our own bloodstream in this pervasive quantum entanglement we call life.