Jerusalem

This poem was originally written in 1993, I’ve been playing with it today, 6/22/14. Hey, to be organismically orgasmic is to be in the moment.  Life is change. Are babies happy without getting their diapers changed?  Gotta get rid of the old shit.

Ever see anything in Nature that does not change?

The below image is from Pamela Matthews.  It will be the front cover of my upcoming book, Sophia’s Web. The image actually speaks to a dream I had in the 90’s which also sparked the writing of the book.  Interesting how synchronicities work.

In the “Book of Proverbs,” Sophia (Wisdom) is said to be in peace….”all Her ways are peace.  Jerusalem, in turn, means “Place of Peace.”  Yes, Jerusalem is a state of mind more so than a war ravaged city held in conquest by various factions for the past several thousand years.  

Is it time to grow up people?

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Hail! O, sweet beautiful woman!

Hold me to Thy bosom

O’ Delightful Sweetness!

to melt this misery and despair

griping my heart

while darkening

the core of my miserable existence.

 

Let me lay my head on thy lap,

O’ lushious Bride of Christ,

So the sizzling wet scents of thy womb

Can entwine me in thy delightful threaded rope

 

Ah, connected to all

is the end of the Great Fall

We all shall join hands

in the Garden through which we dance.

 

Who am I,

But a deliciously sautéed rapturous ecstasy.

Designed Souly to delight Thy feminine lips?

 

O’ Salem,

Ananda,

Ye Garden of Blissful Death!

I enter Thy heavenly abode

 

I invade Thy luscious body

So that peace may come soon

For every particle in my Being

Is, simply, the dance of Eternity’s playroom.

 

 

 

One thought on “Jerusalem

  1. Reblogged this on burlhall and commented:

    This is another great piece by the ingenious Burl Hall. Kidding aside, I was diagnosed as borderline retarded by standardized tests. So, doing writings like these helps to put my mind to rest. That way, what THEY say to me is just a jest.

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