Signature Piece : “The She Bird Song” : Callassa Spoken Word

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Callassa Spoken Word

The She Bird Song. Do Not Cover My Face

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Play : Callassa. The She Bird Song. Do Not Cover My Face

Copyright (c) 2015 Callassa. London

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“Falling am I, forever falling into oblivion’s descent.
I am falling into the Goddess, the owner of the skies,
the oceans and the lands. There is nothing in the
made-seem real, the world of others, with their invented
similarities and invented differences, all completely
denied of her, always denied of her, though she reigns
supreme, forever backwards, forever foreword.”

Callassa. The Goddess Book

“With a hand cupping her breast, she held the perfect
orchid toward me. I would go to her in the understanding
that I have held my back against the futility of an
inadequate world. I could not be with her and be merely
a member of the plastic reality of men. Her wanting is
as the night beyond the smiling sky. Her wanting is as
the making of the days of England. Here, where the colored
landscapes of green, of brown and of the bluest of skies
are forever eternal, are the grandeur upon the celestial
sphere, the breast-fed, first and only kiss.”

Callassa. The Goddess Book

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Copyright (c) 2015 Callassa. London

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Words written by Callassa

Very splendidly read by the English dramatist, Philip Hurd-Wood

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Write to me, if you wish

Deorum Tantum Feminae

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isbn 978-1-906503-78-9

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Callassa Spoken Word

Callassa. The She Bird Song

www.callassa.com

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The United Kingdom

Adversitate. Custodi. Per Verum

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