March 22, 2013
Once upon a moonlit tale, born inside a planted jar,
is where he fell in love with a delicate evening glowing star.
While trapped inside this heavy mass,
he reached his rays beyond the glass.
Though stuck and filled with fright, he knew one thing,
He’d do anything to have her see his light.
So pointed at the night one day,
he poured himself upon the fractured driveway.
Swimming in-between its cracks,
he found his way upon the oceans back.
And while challenged betwixt the midnight waves,
He held on to the glimmer of light inside of her beating gaze.
And when reaching became tiresome and the wind a heavy burden
He reached upon the feathers of a willing black raven.
Into the sky this light was carried,
while pulsating he hid his eyes beneath ruffled feathers, hopeful & teary
From beneath the oceans belly to sleeping above a bed of cotton
His dreams became more puissant, as he neared the place once forgotten.
And as he reached the sky, he let out a big breath and died.
With abrupt euphoria his rays danced inside the darkness
And his message thundered into the void where her heart was.
“Can’t you see my love,
the world is so small and we big in it.
I just needed to think that beings like you exist.
I hope its okay for me to confess all of this.”
And before his final word was etched,
she reached her arms to him outstretched.
Pressed against the midnight sky, her lips upon his cheek she kissed
And revealed they collided, taking pleasure in each-others eternal bliss.