In this tavern we drink honeysuckle nectar.
We stumble next door to the brothel where immaculate sex leaves us breathless.
Spent, we feast on a buffet of wispy clouds, sunrays and moonbeams.
We mainline True Ecstasy, leave all possessions behind and hitchhike across the Universe.
We dive from sheer cliffs into the Ocean of Love and Mercy.
When we’re with the Beloved, we go wild—inside!
Excellent representation of what I experience more and more of each day at some point on some level. Love it, Lesley!
Thank you, Sheila, Me too. more every day, and how fabulous is that! I went for a walk last week and within a mile of my house found quite a variety of wildflowers, and when walking home this poem started streaming in. Such joy knowing that today we can celebrate life in ways that send us yet higher.
Oh Lesley, I so loved and resonated with this post,’Walk on the Wild Flower Side,” as my own journey inward with our Master is becoming a wild and free sojourn so described by your mystical narrative of descriptive adjectives and active verbs, all within a back drop of these beautiful wild flowers, all created by, and windows of the wondrous Shabda Dhun! It truly is like mainlining a drug, but a high that will never leave you and only grow in intensity and ecstasy, the more we merge our attention with the Beloved! Yes, in this tavern,(the present moment) we can drink of this Divine nectar and become intoxicated beyond our wildest dreams! Inside our own temples, we can “go wild,”and rise above all the laws and restrictions that the Pinda world uses, to keep us in bondage and away from our true selves, drops of this,”Ocean of Love and Mercy!” Your writing Lesley is such a pure and open channeling of the Master, that as I read anything your write, I am immediately infused with the Shabda and for this I thank you!
Michael, I always enjoy when you spring beyond the poem into a further contemplation. It bring new insight to me. Thank you! I had never thought of the tavern as the present moment, but truly that is what it represents, and we definitely do get to rise above all the laws and restrictions of the material world into a place of complete freedom. Lovely!
I love mainlining True Ecstasy! Beautiful contemplation, Lesley, transforming the worldly into the sublime. A work of art.
Thank you, Rudy. Your encouragement helps me release these musing into the world. So grateful!
LESLEY, IT WAS VERY COOL SEEING, YOU THE OTHER DAY & I DID ENJOY WORKING WITH YOU , O, WELL NEXT BOOK NEXT NEXT TIME , PLUS I DO ENJOY YOUR BLOG SEE YOU, MURDOCH