Sister Nature

She turned her head slowly as her favorite spider crawled down her neck

Off went the spider that crawled down beside her to weave a web of gossamer that would glisten in the light of the moon and sun

Moss mushed under her toes as she rose to stand

Ten feet tall she stood, deep in the forest of my mind

Sister Nature twirled through the trees as her long braids whipped like willows in the wind

It’s a beautiful life she whispers to the ears of my heart

I touch my heart and thank Sister Nature for the reminder

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Honest ’til the end of time

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When you speak to me I gaze into your third eye

Always have

So look at me in my third eye when you speak to me

This way I can see straight through that Chocolate iris and into your Indigo soul

We can’t lie when we look here

Here it is clear

Clear your words are true

True that you knew me

Before I ever met/touched/tasted/hated/

forgave and forgot  you

I am that vibration right beneath your ribs

I am in your heart where the light lives

I am those long walks you take

I am that art that you make

I am

I am

I am here

I am listening

I am trusting

We’ve grown apart to grow stronger

More growing we most do

and if the stars align just right

As the moon lights up the night

Like two trees our root systems will find one another

and pull us close

Like two trees deep in the forest we will stand

Strong silent loving swaying in the wind to the vibration of this life ’til the end of time

When you speak to me I gaze into your third eye

Always have

So look at me in my third eye when you speak to me

This way I can see straight through that Chocolate iris and into your Indigo soul

We can’t lie when we look here

Here it is clear

Clear your words are true

That you have always known me

And I have always known you

We are timeless

Ain’t no rush

I am here

I am listening

I am trusting

I am

I am

Art info:

The Goddess worshipped by the sage Chyavana from a Tantric Devi series (ca. 1660-1670)

Opaque watercolor on paper, gold, silver, and beetle wing

via Smithsonian American Art Museum (online)