Lost Unicorn

I once believed, that boy and girl, were surely the same. That he thought as I did, and I did, as he. Eventually to realise, that some mighty influence, had separated us. And him from me.

_________

I’ve never seen a soul detached from its gender, but I’d like to. I’d like to see my own that way, free of its female tethers. Maybe it would be like riding a horse. The rider’s the human one, but everyone’s looking at the horse.

‘Horse’ by Chase Twichell.

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25 thoughts on “Lost Unicorn”

  1. iN a practiced world
    a balance of masculine
    and feminine could
    be a way..
    to be filled
    up in every now
    with never anything
    missing from
    the
    package
    of us.. some
    people are born
    this way.. truly they are..
    staying that way is the
    challenge of all cultures..:)

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  2. I’ve followed the creed joy is a choice, choose joy moment by moment for nine years since my near death experience from total renal failure. I was in a coma for six or seven days & I jokingly say not ‘all’ of me returned. I came back feeling divided. Once you catch a glimpse of heaven, a piece of your heart remains there. I had otherworldly experiences while in the coma & that enabled me to discover a new purpose.

    No Tethers
    by Carolyn Injoy

    Freed from my body
    Attached by luminous strands
    To bright glowing orbs.

    I believe it possible to attain a state of continual joy.

    This is what I thought of when I read your delightful words.

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