Stars Divine

In the ghost parallels two stray ships were crossed by stars divine
Light rained upon an age blind night of searching for Hope sublime
Dreams were drawn from wells of thought too deep for speech,
Curled up in my little cabin now, ships cat at my feet does purr
Sailors arms reaching through the infinite gray terminals of waiting
Waves reminding of our fading heartbeat metronomes calling
Seaweed angels prowl deep shelves with immemorial arms of Light plaiting
Blue sky dreams for two spirits whose hour clockwise counters garden swings falling
For a magic prow to break the endless Winter ice rivers grip
An eternal trip it screams your form superimposed within mine
Outside the storm so lost inside the thin outlines . . .
In the ghost parallels two stray ships crossed by stars divine . . .




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Written on 2014-11-18 at 00:10

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