My Room by Elizabeth Erenberger (University of Metaphysical Sciences)

My room is a haven, a cocoon

When I enter, I undress myself into its safety

Opening up, the secrets of womanly splendor
Writing the future from my ink pen

Here I can breathe more deeply
Here I can heal and trust

Soft inviting ocean of blankets
Pillows billow like masses of land

Here I lay myself down
Here I give in, give up, and receive

Delicious ingredients of feminine attire
An altar to remember all that is good

Here I create ceremony all my own
Here I gaze at the moon as it crosses the night sky

Here I fantasize of the one who inspires me
His moisture, his scent, his satisfaction…

My room is a haven, a cocoon
When I enter, I undress myself into its safety

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