A dangerous endeavor
by dan Rosenhagen
Friday, March 11, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Love is a dangerous endeavor.
It's costumes are the masks of passion and desire, hiding the loneliness of two fragile hearts.
Motivated by the restlessness of the souls yearning to be complete, transcending the boundaries of earth, even before they have ascended from the unknowing of their eternal adolescence. And although the fear of the unknown surrounds their engagement, they are willing to risk life and death for the chance to come closer to divinity than ever before, having what they have not had and becoming what they have not been.
As they come together, be not that from the weight of their hearts they fall from the loftiness of the heavens, plummeting onto a sea of stone, only to shatter.
But be that rather as the freedom of movements in the wind kissing the sea, in that the sea then is blessed with the breath of life that is oxygen, and the air is graced with emotional waves of storms and gentle rains.
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|Reviewed by Mamta Sharma
|Spectacular divine perception!
|Reviewed by Gracie Pollard (Reader)
|Dan... soooooooooooo beautiful... '...But be that rather as the freedom of movements in the wind kissing the sea'... again, you have touched my heart and Soul to its depths. Thank you for writing and sharing this with all of us. Love, Gracie|
|Reviewed by Lew Duffey
|Very true, but keep in mind, love is a verb.
You have to do it.
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
Creative and imaginative write. I enjoyed this!