D A Phinney

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The Lovers - Poem by D A Phinney

Come with me
Let us meet in transcendence
Let us move up the spiral in a transcendent dance
Feel the serpentine energy take us in a synaptic leap
Beyond ourselves
Into a new paradigm of new senses
We shall witness glory
The dawns of infinite worlds
Starsets of turquoise and indigo
Pearlescent moons, suns of crimson and topaz
We shall bathe in the ultraviolet blaze
Of an amethyst star
Swim in bright photonic cascades
We are star-seeded, illumined
Come quaff the celestial elixir of nirvana
We shall be radiant, prismatic
Listening to the polychromatic waveforms
The holographic harmonies
Feeling their mesmeric cellular resonance
We shall be warmed by smoldering molecular fire

Let us recline upon
This amber haze of stars
My Andromeda,
Dressed all in a swirl of sunbeads
Novas pendant at your ears
And a necklace of gossamer nebulae
And, permeating it all, your hot radiance
Let me hold you in my spiral arms
While you play me
With neuronic symphonies
Sing to me your spectral vistas
And let me feel
The rhapsodic firedance
Enflaming us
Sending golden shimmers
Through our plasma
The halo of our auras
The fission
Of our translucent bodies
Setting off jets and flares
Flashes of lasering whitelight
Swirling and blinding
As we are lost
In the phototropic glare
Of each other
Our blanket of stardust
Thrown off
Our vibrancy expands
With primordial oceanic fire,
Divine sensuality,
As we reach
The Omega Point
As our awareness influxes
To our gravitic singularities
And we become
Our minds luminesce,
Refracting all thought
At the climaximum
Of rapture
And from our plexus
We begin
To gamma
And we scream
While the hot flowering
Spreads through us,
Diffusing us
As we are fused
And filled
With enlightenment
And rejuvenation
As our spirits
Fill the heavens...

Eventually, the cosmos returns
I cover her with a sheen of silken aurora
Her eyes dimming into a dream like moonbeams
I watch her lazily spin into sleep
Then, lying back, gazing out at the Universe
Turned hypernuminous,
Softly stroking her long starry traceries,
I smile a new constellation,
And let
Claim me

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 15, 2006

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