Her own betrayal was delivered. Tiny Igloos made of stars protected her visions, thoughts and dreams. She only let nightmares build sand castles as neighbours to the igloos once in a while...
Once, accidentally, a fire started, too immerse and thick to destroy, but soon he arrived able to see what she saw as well. All night crawlers, nightmares, fires and scorn left weeping as it was defeated through a double crossed vision. Something that should never be toyed with. And the igloos grew taller, hiding more and protecting her light. He at her side speaking in rhymes soon becoming a rhythm, she giggled silently because she knew, she always knew. The puzzle was not and could not be complete.
The things that distracted her also lured her in. The bitter faces, the unspoken ones, her denial of rest. Tip toeing through life. Somewhere along the way she caught herself in mirror image but slightly unknowingly she became more and more pure over time. Not just in her thoughts, on every pore, inch, foot, silver skin glowing.
She was a symbol of all the true beauties, of all the fallen stars, planted here where your feet tread so lightly...and she can hear you.
Patterns of love woven love in triangles thick like mercury and dripping an eternal light.
He brings me stardust on early mornings dialing up the measures...Voices of dream speak on the other line "you are mine" they call out.
Mysterious son of claws by your side, absolute beauty & psychic love. Trails of ritual and every day things. Cold becoming your body, withdrawn like the night. Afraid to touch you. Whispers of tomorrow. Slashes of your dreams before you. "Its ok honey, you can still take it out on me" as he kisses her wrist and hasn't said a word. His eyes tell all just as everyone's do. And old story book of an ashamed past. Glowing moon beams wanting to create. Only her garden grows stronger and someday will embody his dreams too. Her dream, merged to one beautiful element.
For she forgot to give long ago, why not just forget. Maybe somehow she already had. And sorry meant it was ok.