Empath In flames

Rookie (29.08.1985 / Australia)

[Astral Humanity]


As I lie here,
Eyes unbolt shut.
I am prepared to dream,
Of what your chimera may be.
My chakra is aligned with my breath in sync.
Deeper I fall,
Swallowed by petition at link.

As I feel vibration…..
small ripples then occur.
An aggressive strike of lightning.
shortly dies…
I feel as I may be drowning…
And further as I dive,
within my dreams,
within my heart.
Faster it fills….. As blood flows,
Like a tranquilising dart.

Faster than an ecstasy,
Driven drum beat.
Fabricated to provoke Gods
to feel masculinity and stimulation.
I float from my body,
Suspension I caress,
Power over my mind,
The spirit…
I possess.

Above my physical body,
And out my material home.
Into a seem of light,
only seen by night.
The luminosity trickles out..
As I proceed forward.
Luminosity contracts,
As the moon expands to thin….
As I close my eyes.
My eyes,
Then open…
into the starry skies….

~Empath~

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008
Edited: Sunday, October 25, 2009

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