we form our own galaxy, you and I

By , Jersey City, NJ
We could be stars, spinning frozen
around each other in slow-motion
as comets roll and asteroids tumble
out of sight; we could be ancient
stars that pulse and glitter,
not as brightly as the others;
we near our supernova, extending
ourselves to each other,
holding tight, as clingy as
binary stars
in a cluster made of lights.





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