Starlight Dreams

He was a little boy dreaming of the stars,

She was a girl who believed in dreams.

 

The night they met, they spoke until the morning

Reciprocating ideas, each other’s brains devouring

It was difficult to find

A man like him.

But she was enslaved

To a boy

Who silenced her mind.

 

During their next encounter,

They had both escaped their ghosts.

Their walls began to shatter,

He held her tiny body close.

Raindrops danced around them

As their universe collided with a kiss.

Never had she met a man like this.

 

Stars decorated the midnight sky

As they bid each other goodbye.

They appeared much closer now than before…

The little boy’s dream was a dream no more.

 

 

 

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Grave Gravity

I still remember

The first time I saw his soul.

The moon reflected

The Sun’s embers.

Full, bright, gleaming.

Yet his tears were streaming

His heart was a black hole.

I tried to point out the stars

Their infinite beauty

But his eyes were blind

Gazing into the abyss.

They finally found me

His planet met mine

We collided in the darkness.

“I miss him so much.”

His cry created earthquakes

Which shattered my surface.

Our cores touched

Death is a mistake

Barely cured by my kiss.

But at that moment,

I was certain

That our attraction

Was stronger than gravity:

For his love was finally free.

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