Gods in this universe

Written by: Jack Jordan

Gods are lovers, the senses, heavens and shapes in the clouds, 
the mother, the father and what slips between becomes another,
locked with them in wildness, feeling the stroke of blood, 
drenched in the sweat of touches,
describing forms meant only for the gasp of recognition’s
dark flight to no–thought, 
without resistance because that’s where my god is, 
deep in that mine where light is far away,
and god the god is there waking me saying,
“Take me, I am yours.”