Scorpion’s cusp Sagittarian’s rise.

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Neither the centaur nor Scorpius.

The mythological bridge with a tail

that stings.

Both wanderers searching for truth.

Feed her sting with secrets so dark

and you’ll  fuel the archers love for life.

The Scorpian will regenerate to keep

control over her destiny whilst the Centuer

fights the hemmed in corner to regain

freedom. Either way she rises.

The King of Gods oversee’s her whilst

the King of War whispers in her ear and

the King of the Underworld takes her hand

and leads her into temptation. The Scorpius,

unafraid will walk away unscathed as the

Centaur chalk’s it up to exploration.

Let her breathe if you have been unfortunate

enough to cross her, or bow down and take

the angry words, for they will come as she

searches the deep waters of her captive emotions.

But beware the Centaur does not rise and lead

the way, the fire moves so quickly and those bows

can move so far.

She’ll flirt with you till passion bubbles motivated

by her desire to play. Remaining devoted

whilst the Centaur is mindful of her tongue.

Together they explore your mind. Between them

every dark corner of it.

Together they rarely leave without their chosen desire.

Scorpius will use her passion to manipulate your eyes

whilst the Archer sets up bow and the Centaur

captivates your mind.

Escape is futile, unless she changes her mind

which she is known to do.

Karen Hayward (copyright 2015)

Image shared via internet, could not find original owner or copyright…please correct me if you can!

 

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2 thoughts on “Scorpion’s cusp Sagittarian’s rise.

  1. I don’t know for sure, but, she’s obviously an Elven warrior. Perhaps it’s from one of the Dragonlance series of books, or another fantasy series, most of whose elves were patterned after those in Tolkien’s Middle Earth…. I suggest you google “Elven warrior princess images”…. That may find it; Google is pretty powerful… I just remembered, you can actually plug the picture itself into Google, and it will search it out from its source…

    Good luck

    gigoid

    1. I don’t actually know how to do the google image search…technology is lost on me! I will have a look though see if I can find an original artist for it, I do hate the thought that such beautiful work has no name attached to it. Thank you 🙂

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