If You Come To My DoorMiguel Dean
If you come to my door then please leave your mind by the path on the garden gate.
It’s not that there is a problem with your mind, you have a beautiful mind, it’s just that it gets a little lost and scared at times.
Do not leave it by my door because it will bounce and jump, so that it can peak through the windows.
Hang it gently, tenderly on the gatepost as if it were your favourite bag with a box of eggs inside.
If you come to my door then take my outstretched hand for you are most welcome into this sacred space.
Let me take your coat and shoes and take a seat while I prepare you something warm and soothing to sip.
Show me with your eyes when you are ready to be held and I will wrap my strong arms around you so that you will know that you are safe and cherished.
And allow me the pleasure of nuzzling under the tumble of your thick brown curls so that I can breathe you in; your exquisite, delicate, feminine fragrance.
If you come to my door please allow me to prepare some food for us while you lay looking so beautiful on the sofa, and rest your sleepy body.
When our bellies are full let’s watch our spirits swirl and blend with the gentle, warm music and soft, cosy candle light.
If you come to my door then perhaps my body will dance and move for you as it has never done before and I will lay back when I am spent and watch your curves ebb and flow to the rhythm of your life’s passion for itself.
If you come to my door then perhaps you will also come to my bed. Perhaps I will lay my hands on you where they are moved to be or I will breathe into you the sacred Lover’s breath and allow the magic to pulsate, to move and tremble your open, physical form. And the releasing, the transforming will be done with tears and laughter while a deep reverence and gratitude for this human experience shall join us and watch in awe.
Then we shall lay together and I will caress your face allowing the memories and old fears to surface gently like rainbow bubbles whose time has come to burst.
Please come to my door for your love blesses me as it undoes and dissolves that which was never really me.
Your outstretched hand as I go to leave the bed says so sweetly and tenderly ‘don’t go my love. Stay a while longer. I want you.’ Your wanting melts my heart and tears for all the unloved and unwanted parts of my self rise up.
And when we are done with our healing, our feeling, our letting go, then we will slip into a hot bath together to wash each other and feel the wet contours of these miraculous human lives. Frankincense and Lavender oil to anoint these sacred bodies that know and feel so much.
If you come to my door then know that I will miss you when you leave; even though we both know that Love can never really leave itself.
If you come to my door…