Marianna Neverka Cimarrusti

(Lake Bluff, Illinois, USA)

Human And Divine - Poem by Marianna Neverka Cimarrusti

My body and soul, Your tender arms enfold
Your sweet gentle love in my soul
I will eternally hold
I'm lifted to heavens above
In Your bosom I am whole
The highest of celestial bodies
Cast in human flesh
Giving dimension to the relationship
A projection of human beauty, serene
Into heavens
I have seen
Mystical body, human and divine
Your dance is universal
The celebration eminent
Feeding me sacred bread, a cup of precious wine
Temple of the body, it moves in harmony
Of absolute magnitude
What strength what might
Embracing me, firmly holding my hands
Rendering, exposing his universal pure light

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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