Yes, I know…she saysAnd I forgive youI forgive the rashness of your passionI forgive the deepness of your painAnd I am here… Yes, I know…she saysAnd I love youDespite the blood that trickles from your woundsAnd the tears that stain my pillowI am here…and I will never leave. There is no place I’d rather be…she saysMy lover, my Lion, my manFor I know you’d never leave meEven as the words spill from your frothing mouthI am here…you are loved. You are my greatest joy…I sayAnd my deepest sorrow and will surely to be the death of meI reach out to empty airAnd wonder where you are and why the silence reignsI am nowhere… Do not worry, my love…she saysFor I know you – all of youI can see the beauty in our embraceI can feel the power in our danceI know the truth when you say nothing at allAnd I am here…and I love you. Then why can I not see you?…I sayWhy is your soul no longer speaking to me?Why am I alone in the silence of this helldrowning in the salty sea of this sobbing heartsmelling nothing but my rotting flesh? You can see me…she saysAs the tears cross your eyes and the sobs escape your lipsI am there…right thereWith each piece of your breaking heart that lands in the seaI am there…the water itself. And I sayThen as the night turns into dayAnd my mind is driven into the depths of hellish agonyI will drown here…in you…the sea of the only truth I’ve ever knownI am here…and I love you too. Goodbye, my love…she says.
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Tom Grasso is a seeker, pathological meditator, a veteran firefighter and rescue tech, a poet, a blogger (new site)
& writer. More importantly, he is a father of three—meaning he is also a lecturer, teacher, chef, order taker, taxi driver, coach, mentor and aspirin addict—and has found applying spiritual practices to all aspects of life provides a vast amount of possibility and abundance. While not adhering to any one religion, his practice of spiritual expression has shown that there is a unity in all things (even religions) and that in that unity we can find that Oneness in ourselves even as we enjoy the individual expression of that unity we are. You can also connect with Tom on Twitter
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