In times of ancient, you left your love letter to me upon the shore, an infinite circle, made of sand and stone; drawing me back to you in this lifetime.
She bathed in starlight, this goddess of the night
Nourishing her spirit with elements potently raw, and ancient as time itself
Bathing in the cosmic sea, she floated away to the deepest recesses of herself,
and then on to different selves, different lives
With the last pull of the moon turning the tide back to this world,
The sun rose above the hills, while she squinted awake, sleepy-eyed,
and I tickled her nose with mine, and kissed her ever so gently on the forehead,
because I loved her presently more than I had yesterday,
And so it goes every morning.
And then there was silence,
As the shooting star made its way across the Universe . .
Nobody quite noticed its travails, as they blinked their eyes.
We were worlds away
Yet I felt her in my soul
Cosmic Love Affair
I’m on the new prose app (https://theprose.com/PilotFinePoint)* and this is a haiku challenge that I responded to a few days ago. I’ll also be posting some of my WordPress writings on the prose app.
*Upon signing up for the prose site, they ask for a pen name, so the dork I am chose PilotFinePoint. 😉