My Cosmic Majesty

September 24, 2010
By JR0CK BRONZE, Henderson, Nevada
JR0CK BRONZE, Henderson, Nevada
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Favorite Quote:
"I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world."

The sky turned dark, and I spot out the Moon,
The light illuminates my room and all I think of is you,
Your a cosmic majesty with eyes like a spiraled galaxy,
A supernova, so bright but impossible to see,
Closely Pluto’s moon hugs its companion,
and from my artistic conception, your exploding the stratosphere
Like a lit-off canon, and I’m Jammin’.
I’m just a lonely Cancer, leaning on you for the answer,
Your a solar ocean dancer, & I’m a gassed up neon Lancer,
Just like the ripples from a stone cast into a cosmic pond,
Vibes follow at light speed to infinity and beyond,
Not only my soul sister, we’ve created a chemical bond.
The Eclipse you’ve created brought me to the dark side of the moon,
At your meteor shower I swooned, pitch day light in the middle of June,
you devour all the cower from the petals of a beautiful flower,
Your the circulation of power at the top of a crumbling tower,
Oh oh oh, pure as snow with the sting of a Scorpio,
Your energy is Turquoise and your eyes are its birthstone,
for you I’m at the front of this Stellar combat zone,
Cause you and I together create the galactic unknown,
And please believe, were growing on the moon like a Lunar love weed,
Running circles so fast black holes create a stampede,
You are my water pail and in these planets we plant seeds,
And breed the world growing above reach,
So out of this world but never left the beach,
Mother Earth is illuminating and the Sun is starting to shine,
The sky burns a shade of red red wine,
I’m pretty sure our friendship was destiny assigned,
Together we’re one love, two lost souls intertwined.

The author's comments:
This piece was inspired by my best friend Ashley, just a little something I threw together.

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