Naked nestled in your soft embrace

Transcending libido for the greenness of the soul

Each limb tickled by different lovers’ tongues

Concentric ripples, aroused nipples

Flowing as a river, wet, free, wild, yet contained

Carving own paths through less traveled mountains

Placing the heart out on the line

Giving fully to the divine

Many shy away in fear

Of a love so deep and deer

Similar to Adams needle

Pure, white blooms towards the earth

Lingam hidden within the pointed

Soft walls of the yoni

Yang and yin in quiet dance

Pure, sensual for the world to see

But only if you can gaze upwards

See the beauty of openness

through secret cascading veils.

~April Rameé

Con espiritu zen - cuadros

Con espiritu zen – cuadros

Return to Innocence

Return to Innocence



Re-align yourself with innocence.




Rejoice that you are alive.




Give kindness to yourself and those around you.




Lend strength to new ideas that promote happiness.




Relinquish hate in your heart for your enemies.




Open your mind to the simplicity of life.




Discuss ways to create harmony with others.




Listen to others with an open mind and heart.


Re-align, Rejoice, give, lend, relinquish, open, discuss, listen, and

Return to innocence.

Warrior Inspiration

Warrior Inspiration

Inspiration for the Warrior

The oracle below is excerpted from the book  PRONOIA Is the Antidote for Paranoia: How the Whole World Is Conspiring to Shower You with Blessings by Rob Brezney

[blockquote]In Tibetan Buddhism’s “Four Dignities of the Warrior’s Path,” courage and ferocity are absent. In fact, the qualities regarded as essential for being a warrior have nothing in common with the training regimens of Marines or football players or lobbyists. The first dignity is often translated in English as meekness, but that word doesn’t convey its full meaning. “Relaxed confidence” is a more precise formulation — a humble feeling of being at home in one’s body. Perkiness, or irrepressible joy, is the second dignity. To develop it, a warrior cultivates the habit of seeing the best in everything and works diligently to avoid the self-indulgence of cynicism. The third is outrageousness. The warrior who embodies this dignity loves to experiment, is not addicted to strategies that have been successful in the past, and has a passionate objectivity that’s free of the irrelevant emotions of hope and fear. The fourth dignity is inscrutability, or a skill at evading the pigeonholes and simplistic definitions that might limit the warrior’s inventiveness while fighting for his or her moral vision.[/blockquote]