Accismus is a form of irony wherein a person pretends not to want an object they truly desire.
Everything forbidden is desirable. ~ Arabic Proverb
The snake is one of the most established spiritual symbols known, worshipped in some religions and detested in others. In Christianity the snake was held responsible for luring Eve to eat the forbidden fruit – which changed the entire course of mankind. While in Eastern cultures, the snake is considered to be a symbol of regeneration, death and rebirth.
The hare jumps when you least expect it. ~ Honduran Proverb
Your soul has a perfume
Recognising soul family through the essence of their scent
Infused from God, heaven sent
The light of compassion opens the petals of the heart
When the petals unfold fragrance spreads across the valley.
Can you smell it, down dreams alley?
Smelling is a potent arrow form of travel
It tears through layers and finds the centre to unravel
When we are crushed, our forgiveness escapes in this sweetest universal scent
Exhaling the intoxication of your fumes
Perfumed in narcotic warmth of mornings flame dyed sky
Wafting the nectar of your love
Drifting in helm wafting along the wings of a dove
As below, so above.
Tower of babel
Intended to reach from earth to heaven
The building of which was frustrated when Jehovah confused the language of the builders (Genesis 11:1–9)
The city, probably Babylon, in which this tower was supposedly built
Unifed once in time
Confusions of tongues
The human family as one
Scattered onto the earth
Fractals of the eternal geometric flower
Taking back our power
Transforming the serendipitous moment
Creating a world a new
In the winds these transient words flew.