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A dream lover

17 Jan

Many months ago I was asleep in the arms of a wonderful man.

I heard him murmur, ‘Peace in a pomegranate.’

‘Hm?’ I asked.

‘I just dreamt that phrase – peace in a pomegranate. I don’t know what it means.’

‘It means something to me,’ I said. ‘Its about love.’ In my half awake state I recalled that the pomegranate is symbolic of sexual love in a couple of mythologies.

The phrase planted itself in my mind and heart. He pulled me back into his chest and back into sleep.

I’m thinking of two myths – The Garden of Eden and the Atalanta story from Greek mythology. In both, discord or competition are inherent in the expression of sexual love. I find this distressing. I think we need new love stories, new sex stories and new romances. Stories that are about harmony, not discord; stories that are at peace with sexual love not fearful of it.

I want to write those stories. But first I want to know peace in a pomegranate.

At the end of last year I decided to dedicate this year to being the best lover I’ve ever been. I’m devoting the whole endeavour to the juicy beauty of the phrase ‘Peace in a Pomegranate.’ I’ll let you know how I go.

And finally, how cool is it to have a lover dream on my behalf? I still can’t get over that one. Which is why its taken me this long to tell anyone about it. Truly special – the man and the dream.

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3 Comments

Posted by on 17/01/2012 in Erotic Pleasure, Love, Romance, Sex

 

3 responses to “A dream lover

  1. vivacityradio

    18/01/2012 at 8:55 am

    he sounds like a dream “date”.

     
  2. Richard Bellars

    18/01/2012 at 10:49 am

    So you…the story, the phrase, the images, the sensuality, the letting the seed settle to grow into something, the gratitude, the inspiration to share the story…with more stories to come…love it

     
    • Vena Ramphal

      18/01/2012 at 10:53 am

      Thanks, Rich 🙂

       

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