God as Mother, God as Lover


Mother God,

Ever do I seek supplication in Thy sumptuous curves.

Like ice on a warm day,

Thy love heats me from every angle,

And I lose myself

Melting in Thy tender embrace.

I am pierced, bleeding, and burning

As I long to taste the fragrant oil upon Thy lips.

May I be for Thee

An ancient, mighty oak, holding up the whole of Heaven.

May Thou be for me

A resplendent valley where Thy love binds up my wounds

And leads me deeper, ever deeper into Thee.

Take me, God.

Abduct me from the prison tower

Where only Death holds the key.

Spirit me away to the land where our love is the only song.

Take me within Thee, that we may never be without.

  • Author: AnxiousMane (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 8th, 2023 15:18
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 14
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