// lumen naturae //

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aroused by the sheen of night
i search within her aching folds
for the release we’ve been
too long
denied.
deep penetration of this thirsty spirit as i close my eyes
and enter into you
willingly;
i accept and reflect
all of you
fully.
your divine feminine hands
reach from within my dark and lustrous womb,
where before the first Thought of God
i became the tunnel of infinite darkness
within the spark of the eternal light.
this is where i wait for you, patiently;
still
stroking the gruesome silence
of a desolate landscape no one else
can see, but with the patterns in my blood
i recognize her breathing.
we unlock our raging souls from the rusted cages of
a thousand corpses
to become a richly pleasured and
chaotic seethe,
communication without sound, beyond symbols,
alone together and heavy with longing,
nourished, caressed, resurrected.
i worship and hold space for you,
faceless forgotten deity, you have spoken to me before the Word before
my bones could be conceived, you who seeks radiant entrance
into me
through the lost eyes of your hungry,
ravaged. exploited.
wandering
children.
i am open as wide as the world
is broken.
i will listen with a single smoldering
mind.
return to us your tortured magic.
destroy and rebuild your temple, priestess,
where light swallows the dark
and dark swallows the light
and the broken and the pure
may finally
unite.

~ Allison Marie Conway ~

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My book of poetry, Vein, is now available on Amazon here.

Signed copies are available in my Etsy shop AllisonMariePoetry here.

All my deepest love and mad affection. x

6 thoughts on “// lumen naturae //

  1. Pierre

    Simply beautiful. Nothing more can be said except being impregnated by the insight, the revelation your soul beautifully birthed.

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    1. Allison Marie Post author

      This means so much to me, Pierre, thank you endless for your beautiful words. And for bringing your brilliant soul to this place. I am humbled.

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  2. Jackie

    Congratulations on your book of poetry! You have been busy, girl. Well done. Proud of you! XO

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    1. Allison Marie Post author

      Oh, girlfriend, THANK YOU so much. Pride from you means deeply and much to me, truly. Haha, busy yes yes – head down, solitude, the whole bit. Oh we writers and our beautiful melancholy ;) So happy to hear from you, Jackie M! XO

      Reply

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