Constellation

October 24, 2012
By Tourc SILVER, North Vancouver, Other
Tourc SILVER, North Vancouver, Other
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His eyelashes feel too heavy for his heart
At a time when his world’s been torn apart
Her smile’s like a constellation of Northern Stars
Hidden behind eyelids, ‘cause she’s gone too far
All he wants is to gently recline
Sink into a sleep so deep and benign
So thoughts of her can encircle his mind
Sweet reveries from their time entwined
Before she fled like the moon flees the sun
Before she decided their love was done
So his heart blindly aches as he sets himself down
Slips beneath murky waters to let himself drown
While his consciousness softly starts to cease
She accompanies him through the darkened peace



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