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The Red Thread

Omnisciently, he'd come; the keeper of her desires, majestically in auroral realm             The heavens; they'd shake and rattle with cohesion and synchronism                             By astral rhapsody, soar to Elysian fields of their own; making love as if beneath its slippery elms                                        
Unparalleled and peerless; deep, the nirvana they'd serenade to in every moonlight requisition                                          
Magnetic, the energy; a lucid mosaic of one ember and embodiment                              
Their covenant of sex -- quintessence of consonance, and synthesis;    
a sacred infinity                          
Bound by fate with a thread of red; divine union of soul, but true in body;                      
for now -- dormant                                        
Time to dissapate; tear stained faces whisper "love you's"__  until next time; blessed be their serendipity                                          
Written by PandoraUnleashed
Published | Edited 3rd Apr 2019
Author's Note

Based on telepathic sex between twin flames mixed with the Chinese ideology of the red thread...

Based on telepathic sex between twin flames mixed with the Chinese ideology of the red thread...

"According to the Chinese myth, the gods tied an invisible red thread around the ankles of a man and a woman who were destined to meet and get married. The myth is similiar to the Western concept of “soulmates”. According to Chinese legend, the deity in charge of “the red thread” is believed to be Yue Xia Lao, the old lunar matchmaker god who is also in charge of marriages"
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