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Our Story

A Poem by Siddartha Beth Pierce

There was a girl and a boy

who lived very far from one another

their essences traveled from one side of the world

to the other in waves of elation, delight-

waves faster than the speed of sound,

they traveled though ethereal space and time

into one another's embrace

rising to one another as the Phoenix

as their astral bodies melded into a unity

that physical bodies could not equal-

it was a melding of sweet revelation

where no words needed to be spoken

as a million things were said without speaking a word.

 

They felt transcending, pure, unequivocal, absolute happiness

as they never knew before,

so great, so pure was their happiness

that they were dreadfully scared of spoiling it

in any way, lest it would burst

like a bubble, so they knew not whether they

would ever meet in real life yet they held hope

that one day they might gaze into one another's eyes,

see a vision of each other's souls.

 

They looked forward with barely controlled excitement

to gazing deeply into, tasting one another

perceiving a vision of paradise and escstasy there

which in turn would bring them closer to divinity

a sweet paradise on earth-

they couldn't keep their hands from one another

would kiss, lick, gaze deeply into one another's eyes

all day and night long

as their minds' eyes met as One

they spun into the Universe in electric azure blue

while their simultaneous orgasm lasted for eternity,

filling the entire cosmos with its energy,

its bliss creating supernovas, shooting stars

within space and time while

his ejaculata became the nebulae

her seed became the stars.

 

Together these birthed a new galaxy

amidst the cosmos as their cries of ecstasy

reverberated through the space time continuum

forever and ever joining the infinite

wisdom of the planets and galaxies beyond

as their Love became the Universe

the Universe became Them,

their love gave birth to the Universe

the Universe gave birth to Them

and in the Beginning was the End

in the End was the Beginning.

 

© 2008 Siddartha Beth Pierce


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Sidartha.. this speaks to every readers soul.. of gods and goddesses divine in their own making-
creation being the catalyst for what affection abounds in stars.. the nebuala skies of eternity
i enjoyed the way your passion sends chills through the body..percieving celestial heights.. with ambition
describing the cosmic throes of ecstacy in painted prose.. revealing what becomes of "stardust"

ethereal romance.. your metaphysical projections wisp auras with magical winds.. the way distances
come together when two souls look at the moon simultaniously.. describing desire unbound..
traveling- reaching- enlightening space and time..to what becomes of revelations.. loved this

Posted 13 Years Ago


7 of 7 people found this review constructive.




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reverberated through the space time continuum

forever and ever joining the infinite

wisdom of the planets and galaxies beyond

as their Love became the Universe

the Universe became Them,

their love gave birth to the Universe

the Universe gave birth to Them

and in the Beginning was the End

in the End was the Beginning.

Oh MY GOD ! This is divine...DIVINE.

Posted 12 Years Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

I really liked the end the best.....

the Universe became Them,

their love gave birth to the Universe

the Universe gave birth to Them

and in the Beginning was the End

in the End was the Beginning."

Very romantic almost erotic. I loved it and hope to read more from you Sid

Kelley

Posted 12 Years Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

Not to dream of things not seen is not to live..Without dreams there is no hope and without hope we have nothing..Nice write..God bless..Valentine

Posted 12 Years Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.

The fist stanza spoiled it for me, Souls spirits even stars would be a better choice. what do I know I'm just a novice.Thank you for sharing,

Posted 12 Years Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.

This was exquisite writing that filled the page with pure joy. I can't find the words to express how beautiful this piece is and what a pleasure it was to read. Stunning. Amazing animation throughout the entire piece. Simple gorgeous!!!

Posted 12 Years Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.

The symbolic, poeticness of this piece kind of went over my head. I mean, you made a lot of references to sciences and what not, and while I know there are metaphors and illustrative things here not meant to be literal, the lamens use of science kind of sent me for a loop a bit.

I mean, from what I can gather, these two 'beings', living on Earth presumably, knocked up and made another galaxy? I dont get it. Shouldnt there have been a pretty descriptive passage of them destroying the milky way, considering they made a new galaxy within an existing one *let alone a single planet*?

Posted 12 Years Ago


2 of 3 people found this review constructive.

oh, wow! {I guess I said that before} I love it even more than I did all those months ago. It speaks to me on a whole new level.

Posted 12 Years Ago


3 of 4 people found this review constructive.

Wow!! Very energy-driven! I love your descriptions about their chemistry and cosmic strength! lol.

Posted 12 Years Ago


4 of 5 people found this review constructive.


When I first read the title I thought that it must be a story, but then I loved it when I found it in the form of a poetry.
The way you have narrated the entire story in form of this poetry is simply outstanding!
This is really so emotional and so beautifully written.
A great piece of writing!

Posted 12 Years Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.


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