Human Interconnection

2013-03-16  Human Interconnection 

I don’t remember how long ago it was; I don’t even remember if it was in this life or a previous one; or maybe some another planet perhaps.

Hugging together, standing there, eyes closed, the sweet yet loud music, with a slow rhythm that guided the gently rocking of our bodies; the dim light that allowed to see an alien place that we didn’t know where it was, but just didn’t care. Colored lights moving around through the mist and the smoke, to reach the shadows of the many undefined shapes around, turning them into a never ending changing world of dreams and feelings that wasn’t worth to study and classify just then.

My fingers sweetly touching the lines of your face; drawing again a beautiful sculpture already made. I am not the artist to create your beauty, I’m just enjoying the art of your existence, now so close to me. The music; your perfume; the gentle rocking of our bodies in the ether of the night and the shadows all around; the slight vision of your lips and your smile; your shinning eyes looking at me; the feeling of floating in a dark, pleasant bubble of eternal existence or maybe death. …We kissed.

Floating in space, turning around in a very slow motion without control, which we didn’t mind not having at all, yet enjoying the feeling of vertigo created in our bodies. With no hurry for what could be next but just enjoying the moment for as long as it’ll go. We remain; we simply let go. Giving up to whatever is, might or will be; we just don’t care. I hear your breathing and feel your body pushing closer to mine, trying to fuse together in one that will be eternal in space. My arms around you tighten while my breathing becomes heavier and my body trembles with complete disregard of the rhythm in the music around.

Then the music stops; the lights and the shadows disappear and the physical world is gone. Just you and me; I see your eyes, your face, and nothing else around exists. Is this what they call being at the Gates of Heaven? There is no mind; there is no logic; perhaps there is not even consciousness. I look at you without thoughts to have but just infinite pleasure in my being; and I can feel your pleasure like mine through the shine in your eyes and the smile of your beautiful lips…and so we kiss again; this time in an eternal kiss of sweet lip movements guided perhaps by our arrhythmic breathing and our trembling bodies; with varied intensity that goes between the slight touch to the furious pressing like the muscles in our arms and bodies. Is this what they call love?

Walking down an empty street at night I can hear music coming out from a place under closed doors, with a neon sign blinking outside and a man in a coat standing by the door, smoking a cigarette and dinking from a bottle of who knows what. Some standing water left from the rain just an hour ago on the concrete floor, reflecting the lights at the top of the buildings around. Street lights; some dark, cold cars parked around by an empty street somewhere downtown; and the shadows that follow me wherever I go, bringing memories from a past time that I simply forgot when it was but can’t get rid of the feelings that haunts me, reminding me that a part of me was left behind so long ago.

 

Alien Ghost

 

 

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4 Responses to Human Interconnection

  1. patricia says:

    Ah we are both writing about the connections today and yours is such a nice reflection on that moment of total touch and oneness. They say people who dance as a couple reduce there chances of brain problems like dementia by 76% because it is complex thinking which needs to be reduced to a rhythmic flow of touch and action which is so intimate it sweeps the brain into a fresh new aliveness…

    I like your thoughts better – what a memory and reflection Thank you for sharing
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    Raul Reply:

    Hi Patricia,

    Oh no! I’m going to develop dementia! I just could never learn to dance. I just can’t! But that’s OK; sometimes people with dementia live in a better mind world than the normal ones :)

    Raul
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  2. Sara says:

    Raul,

    This is amazing writing! It is so full if imagery and emotion. Your words are stunning…

    “My fingers sweetly touching the lines of your face; drawing again a beautiful sculpture already made.”

    Oh, this line is powerful and it’s just one of many. I loved how you moved this story from lightness and joy to a sense of darkness, expressed in lines like these:

    “Some standing water left from the rain just an hour ago on the concrete floor, reflecting the lights at the top of the buildings around. Street lights; some dark, cold cars parked around by an empty street somewhere downtown;…”

    All I can say is “Wow!” You can write, my friend:~)
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    Raul Reply:

    Hi Sara,

    Thank you for your kind words! Coming from an awesome writer like you it means a lot to me. This one and others like “The Old Bench” come out without much thinking, but when I want to write nothing happens. I definitely have to leave writing for whenever it wants to come out and not when I want to write. LOL

    Raul
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