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Let Me Never Be Lost In Love

Posted By on Oct 4, 2015


 

I don’t want to be lost in love, I want to be found.

To be discovered and uncovered bit by glorious bit; revealed and revered in each glorious facet.

I don’t want to be lost in love; I want to surrender into it fully. To make a willing leap and not a stumbled fall.

To allow only those to stand before my altar and into my inner temple that are present, conscious, and open. To only welcome those into my arms who who stand beside me equal, authentic and whole.

I don’t want to be lost in love; I want to embrace it completely, unafraid, raw and blissfully awake.

Where there is no need to rise above you and extinguish your fire; when my deepest longing is to walk alongside you as we fan each others flames.

I desire to unearth you, one discovery at a time like a precious treasure. I have no need to carve you from my own hands and fashion you from my own ideals. Then it would cease to be you. Like the cloud covering the sun what once was glorious and warm, it would pale in cold comparison to your authentic self.


I want to know who you are when you don’t have to hold back anymore.

When the barriers crumble and the veils dissolve and you stand in the brilliance of your unfolding bared like a shining lotus among the waves.

I want to know your truth when you no longer have to pretend. When the threads of the past are scattered and you walk naked and raw free of their concealing masks. I want to know the breath of your wild untamed spirit when you are unchained of all that once bound you.

I want to know the secret words you whisper, the prayer you offer to the night sky. When you are alone and none are there as you read the words written upon your open heart.

I long to know the melodies that wander the corners of your being, to know your lyrics, and all the parts of your tune so that I may play along in celebration.

I want to know your color when the world has gone completely dark. When all else has faded and silence falls leaving shadows to dance in the unseen, I want to see your light.


I want to know the whispers of your ancient soul far beyond the realm of flesh and bone.

I long for deep conversation between our ageless spirits, they sing like a siren song to my heart. Like a river that flows to the sea this thread of ancient recognition calls me back home.

I want to be dissolved in ecstasy; shattering into the Universe and scattered among the stars. Where each falling fragments of stardust would be a blissful whisper of joy from my lips among the heavens.

I want us to wander the landscapes of these bodies as explorers on a deep journey of love who relishes the sacred space experienced in each discovery of the divine. Where we feel into the fathomless depths of one another and know the swirling shadows and light that dwell there, and call them by name.

I want to see all of you, to be naked with your very being.

So please, let me never be lost in love, when in love is where I want to be found.

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Author: Ara

C. Ara Campbell is a visionary writer, soul guide, cosmic channel, teacher, artist, empath, womb keeper and the founder of The Goddess Circle. She is dedicated to the awakening feminine, living embodied truth and aiding others in connecting with their medicine. She is an old soul that has been writing and channeling guidance from the unseen world since she was young, intuitively soul coaching and empowering using spiritual and natural energies.

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