She says the greatest sin is to not live for oneself. You do not understand her.
You say she is selfish and she blushes in gratitude.
Her responses confound you. But in the contradiction, there, you may glimpse her.
Though she alone owns her body, she alone owns her spirit, she sees her self, her identity, her body, her spirit, all these things and more, as a gift to be given freely and richly, and in giving that gift she finds greatest pleasure and greatest sense of self. So give she does, over and over, and her joy and her self both show increase for it. Such gifts that she fashions, which she makes only for herself and gives only to others.
This is her cave of two mouths.
She will allow you passage through her, the truth visible for barest glimpse. She will not force you to know her.
Emerging, you would think it arrogance. But in that moment, that glimpse, you saw, for a moment, that it is not.
The glimpse was fleeting, and it indulges you to slide back out of her, but you will not know her unless you embrace it, unless you remain inside her. So remain you must, and see her truly, for she will show you gladly. She knows no secrets.
And when you do, you who wish to compliment her, you who accept her truth, you will say nothing, offer only nod of encouragement or fleeting smile.
If you remain inside her this long, you will breathe a unity that needs no words, and you will rarely speak of it. When you must, you will say this:
This is she, who dreams of what might be, who prays for what should be, and who creates what must be.