Immaculate Heart of the Bleeding Briar

Hosanna, I whisper through bloody lips, I got pummeled
by the riptide of my sorrow again, sweet Rabboni, and
you are far away in some Heavenly Throne, down on earth,
it is cold, and midnight comes to Galilee, with the moon
like a sickle for separating the faithful from the chaff.
Can you hear me, sweet Yeshua? Up there in your starry
abode. I bathed in lavender and myrrh, and Joseph’s coat
of dreams carried my prayers in technicolor up to your
tender hands and rose garden of desires, what obedience
to the ways and means of nature, to hang suspended on a
crossroads between Heaven and Hell, I know well, Satan
calls me whore, but sweet Christ, I would leave all the
ravishings and depravity just to receive your mark on my
scarred brow, I have many bruises and burns these days,
being the forgotten disciple means they paint me wanton
and demonize your Magdalene, Watchtower of God, Zophael,
Watchman of El, I was always a spy, anyways, of swiftest
wing, and they got our story wrong, oh Who is Like God?

No one but You, Immaculate Heart of the Bleeding Rose.

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9 thoughts on “Immaculate Heart of the Bleeding Briar

  1. Here’s one for you Allie. I came across this goddess as a Norse goddess though I am finding more references for her as a Dutch goddess relevant to where the Rhine meets the north sea. Zeeland is a place mentioned at the conclusion of the book by John Wyndham called The Chrysalids.
    This is the area. The goddess is called Nehallennia. Goddess of prosperity and the sea…
    I guess the Vikings would have gone through the region fairly regularly.

  2. Cheers. I thought I was in a lonely place. Been investigating her the last 24 hours. A synchronicity thing.
    One of her colours is Green. I am getting a Neptune vibe too.

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