-leonora carrington (the house opposite)

3 of Cups

Félix Vallotton, Three Bathers, 1894, Woodcut on beige wove paper

you are water
I’m water
we’re all water in different containers
that’s why it’s so easy to meet
someday we’ll evaporate together

but even after the water’s gone
we’ll probably point out to the containers
and say, “that’s me there, that one.”
we’re container minders

~yoko ono


We are One.
And we are more.
She is the One,
and I am One
because of Her.

in the river
with the pegasus
(child of medusa)
touchdown yoursweet brim to
my lips
drenched from your
horse s w e l l t e r i n g

you are a willow goddess
as witness to our
pleasure trips

can't deny the blue sky

b l i s s ed

"The Three of Cups has intent - they're never figures thrown together at random, or in conflict, as in many other cards; they have decided to dance together as one, and raise their chalices together. The figures are usually all female, and the card often hints at the purpose of the gathering, but neither of these things are fixed in stone; they flow in water, and may take any route to reach the sea.

This card is a reminder that it is party time if someone says it is party time. That's all it takes."

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