By Leahanne Woods POETIC JUSTICE

When Fire Meets Water & A New Love Is Born

yin yang

BY LEAHANNE WOODS

A new love is born.
Love is the reflection of life.
In the end, no thing is separate.
One is the other.
Love is life.
We are love.
Life, as it is seen here, is the reflection of love taken apart in fractals.
Fractals are our limitless perceptions.
Here in the water, there is no order.
Life itself creates the perfect order;
creates from the chaos of fractals
that which we’re living in,
swimming in.

All hail the sun.
The one that keeps us alive here in this circle life.
The father we revolve around in this life.
We keep circulating in spirals of mother.
Around the father, we circle as children do.
He is continuously spitting seeds,
seeds of warmth, of light.
Mother loops them into love,
puts us into orbit,
into life, into manifestation
with the combined form
that is the binding and the dance of all,
the circles that continue — because we continue
life.

We are one system of continuing.
Continuing Heaven we are, as we continue everything.
Everything we do counts, changes everything.

When fire meets water, God meets Goddess.
One helps the other with their work.
By observing each other’s work we give love and life.
We come to understand things within one another that we could have never fathomed before this grand meeting.
One loves another.
One begins to know the other, is intrigued by the other’s essence,
their components, their intuitive impulses, their inner workings.
How is it that this being keeps us alive?
Our soul’s question when we meet another.

This brings us to seek
to go farther
into one another
As the sun is to the water.
It lights her
revealing some of her.
But mostly the water reflects the sun.
She shows the sun who he is
as she is penetrated into knowing herself in an all new way, a never before seen way until this day, or this moment.
And births all creation to begin again
In a new way
Each time we meet.

Love one another to reveal one another
unto self-realization, unto oneness.

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Leahanne Woods Smith

Leahanne Woods is a 44-year-old spirit of light. She is a writer, a caregiver for the elderly, a mom of two sons. She is a Warrior Goddess, a Shamanic Shakti Queen, and a yogi who lives in western North Carolina. She is The Recorder Machine for the divine archives, seeing often unseen beauty and warriorism in the human spirit and articulating it in ways that both present and preserve it with honor.

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