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donated by L. Savage
Oedipus Rex: The Serpent Power
that causes Sexual Temptation
Temptation of the SerpentLike Oedipus, the wandering mortal is also drawn towards the queen of death as his destiny.
like a hawk , roams in search of a sexual mate,
O mind ! let
not my strength to battle with evil fade,
Let not my
search for love turn into fear and hate.
As the hands of
evil are approaching as invisible embrace,
Fear grips my
As the breath
of a serpent blows over my shoulder and tress,
A moaning wind
of fear and guilt crosses over the breast,
As a man
approaches like an apparition,
weaken my vision:
While fears a
deep darkness enhance,
floating in the mind, reflect no more the light in the eyes,
drag for serpentine love moves through the senses
everywhere in a dark domain with an unending expanse.
I do not
understand the meaning of the destiny that seems to draw me
inside the darkness with its inescapable claws,
It drags like
flesh being drawn by a bodiless spirit with its flawless laws.
In this forest
where dream's webs turn and twine,
join, disjoin, and criss-cross in causal lines,
And cross over
the boundaries of space and time,
O mind ! a
bizarre sleepwalker !
I know not what
this destiny will bring,
I wonder ,
would it end with the hunter or the divine?
Who is riding
passion's stormy tide,
Like a serpent,
is wreathing beside.
Be alert mind!
Plunge not in
Move back !
In the bosom
where the images of love blossom,
Where like a
curse the heart abjures all ethics and creed,
mortals feel free,
O heart ! do
not permit pernicious desires that fly as Aristaeus' bees,
Do not heed to
the sinful voice that led to the birth of Adonis from the tree.
O sleeping eyes
! the dreaming foe!
Halt ! move
Do not step
where desires destroy its consort as the drone!
Remember ! the
queen bee, who is passion's rancorous whore,
Kills the mate
after the mating ends ,
Do not follow
the trap of destiny , that killed Adonis, in the disguise of a
You , who is
moving in the dark , hear!
If you move any
You will regret
your search in pain and tear,
Woe will tear
you the way the hunter was torn like Aecaton as a deer.
pleasure and joy that you may gain,
Will haunt you
as dark sprites that bring to life its unredeemable pains,
The nectar you
search will be your bane ,
You will drown
in the very nectar where you search love in vain.
temptations that I fear more than I love,
Though it may
be tempting to the heart,
Love, that is
full of deceit and disgust,
woe, scorn, and repentance for lust,
Will not go
You will get as
return for the joy of fulfilling passion
destiny's curse and pain.
Hark! the hoof
beats of the hunter's stag!
passion's intimate drag!
seems I am tethered as a prey ,
Do not violate
the law of the divine world where the maiden and the nymph
O ! as the eyes
are pierced by the thorns ,
As cursed by
the goddess, whose love leaves mortals blind and torn,
When the last
light sink in the eyes' bloodful viscous lanes,
In an oculus of
In the burning
blood of the eyes, burn an abyss in flame.
O chaos! Black
As the rays of
the sun drown in the congealing blood,
The dreams as
In a sphere
without stars, without night or day, without any dawn or evening,
luminous rays through the branches of the trees fusillade,
In an infinite
It is a burning
When the eyes,
that searched the beauty of the light,
vision gets darker and darker...
The memories of
the beauty still distil and drip in the heart in search of
redemption and love.
O goddess !
have hurled me into the blindness,
suffering and pain I still contemplate your love with veneration,
In the soul's
mirror I still see your face as a dream with mortal heart's deep
O reveille of
The maiden who
bathes in the lake in the heart !
Where nature is
dressed in the sunlit morning's dew-strewn attire,
contorts the eyes ,
In the burning
veins the beauteous sky charge the eyes with sufferings' flame,
mirror I see the beauteous image of love as the eternal stag
In a pool of
O beauty! as a
stag of love I see love's redemption in blood and pain.
Do not tear
away from the arm,
the body with your hands that feel like balm,
Though I have
been unable to escape the curse of the goddess,
Who I have
desired to love in flesh and blood,
O beauty !
although the destiny has ordained that I will no more see
Before the pain
and the bitterness from the eyes all dreams efface,
mortal flesh ,
In the senses'
shiver I shall see you rise as Venus of love in my foaming
love ! whose footsteps I have heard while I entered deeper and
imprints of love in the body that shivers,
Let the memory
of this earthly encounter with the goddess remain in the mind for
O ! Fill this
agony and pain with emotions that flows in the heart as a joyous
light's incandescent river.
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