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she danced with glass
sliding her hands
over the alters sphere
in rhythm consumed
her hips swayed
and beads rattled
in hypnotic motion
she breathed before water
diving into the blue temple
in dedication to the moon
radiance glistened upon
her breasts that heaved
with elemental alchemy
desire began in her gasp
a softening welcome shaped
femininity and she moaned
interaction with synchronic lines
into mandalas of a thousand shells
precious multicolored jewels
of recurring sacred language
in tinkling tiffany techniques
her thighs became waves
to swim upon and stroke
the mother of pearl
artwork: In Damanhur, Italy at the Temples of Humankind,
Located in the Blue Temple, between the altar and the floor –
is this glass window.
"The Temples of Humankind: Imagine the reflections of
thousands of colors, light that dances on precious paintings
and luminous spheres. Intense perfumes of every kind, a
labyrinth of halls and corridors rich in sound, art and beauty.
the rediscovery of ancient knowledge and new, never
imagined horizons; that sense of the sacred that is the heritage
of every human being. The Temples of Humankind are a
pathway to the Divine inside and outside of the self, a path
towards contact with Forces that are collaborating in the
creation of a new future for Humanity."
I’ve become obsessed with the art of Damanhur, and I’m
finding expression in experiencing its beauty. There is more
information about this evolved community in my article
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|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|Beautiful my friend, never heard of Damanhur before either, but I agree with Karen...it is worth researching...your write is intriguing my friend!
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Wow, there is so much beauty in this piece. Never heard of Damanhur before, but it sure is something worth researching. Profoundly illuminating......
Be always safe,
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|Your words and the art speak of fulfillment and inner expansion, Debby. And who wouldn't become obsessed with such signposts to wholeness? Love the combination of the mathematical with the freely-flowing cursive, which speak of a total cohesion. "Tiffany techniques" suggest to me a floral kind of light... regenerative. Gentle and stimulating work as always. Kate xx|
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|The chalice of knowledge never will be full if we continue to drink from it.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Most interesting, Debby.|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|interesting write and i enjoyed the info as well|
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
|This is an exquisite poem, draws the reader in and let's them live the moment Debby|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Debby after reading your poem and info along with the art, I must learn more of this Damanhur! You surely have captivated me with this one!Thank you for sharing!
Debby J Rosenberg