I’m busy out of my witchy mind with midterm exams, writing deadlines and home rearranging that can’t be rescheduled. Those are the reasons why, this week and the next, my visits to your cyber homes might be erratic, short or nonexistent.
But I must take a couple of minutes to share this quote, for it reminds me of the importance of embracing flesh and spirit as a whole:
“We are both man and woman. My brothers can be tender as mothers with their infants. Women can fight like tigers. Do you see? We are all a mist of each. Power starts when you strike the proper balance. Believe me when I tell you that the woman part of you is the better part. But you are also a man.” — The Hummingbird’s Daughter by Luis Alberto Urrea
Read you soon, my Wicked Luvs; my hot womanly self and her tender he-tiger within better go devour some more Romantic poets. Yes, they are delicious.
|I wanted to say something deep and witty about this balanced tribute to body and spirit, but I kept on staring at his legs, her arms, their butts and going "Awesome dudes, so freaking awesome!" |
I borrowed this image from Lexiconicles.
P.S. If you ever get the chance, analyze this picture after reading Blake, Pope, Byron, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Mary Shelley, Keats and Swift. Seriously, I can only describe the experience as something that exists somewhere between the psychedelic and the sublime—Yum!