This poem is dedicated to the Goddess Parvati.

In Hinduism, Sati is Lord Shiva’s one true love that reincarnates as the Goddess Parvati.

Sati reincarnates as Parvati and devotes her life to Shiva, realizing the agony her death caused him.

-Imani Osei-Acheampong


Dear Shiva
Come to me
Oh my love, it is me Parvati
Your eyes are closed 
Your heart’s refusing me
The one that your mourning for is me
I’ll stay and pray that you’ll awake
I’ll stay until you see
I’ll stay and tame your snake
The snake that’s slowly killing me
I’ll stay knowing one day my love will recognize me
Your refusal makes my heart ache
Seeping poison in my blood stream 
Why don’t you see it’s me
The one that you see when you dream
The one that will save you from your misery 
Your other half that makes you complete
Your one and only

-Imani Osei-Acheampong 
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Published by Ara Welo

Aligning the mind, body, and soul. My mission is helping people in my community by providing guidance through life’s transformative journey. I assist with spiritual practice, self-mastery, shadow work, reprogramming the subconcious, and healing past trauma. Helping you along your life path, all the way to the shining light at the end of the tunnel. I want to help people remember who they really are. I am dedicated to re-connecting each person with their true essence of spirit. To help awaken the soul and discover a sincere purpose in life.

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