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I dreamt of Huge-Moon-ipad-wallpaper-ilikewallpaper_comwalking on the moon,
Its rough surface made of crushed candy canes
And obscure rocks,
With craters named after scientists my little tongue couldn’t pronounce.
I dreamt of freedom and never ending grounds,
Of light steps and lithe submission.
But every time my fantasies took an unwelcome turn,
Like a virus attack or a tsunami of sorts.
If was a computer my screen had blacked out, sending helpless signals to god knows where,
If I was a person my head was stuffed in bubble wrap.
Apparently my rebellious, curious self,
Had taken one wrong step,
Disturbing nature’s peace and its unsaid laws.
I had pressed my feet too deep, and my jump defied moon’s
The attraction between us was insufficient to hold our ties,
Tethers stretching far away from known territory.
I found myself floating in vacuum and isolation,
As the dark navy, almost black
Invisible viscous liquid of universe compressed me to oblivion.
Refraction, reflection science and reason, I saw all these escape one by one
Mixing themselves in the surreal bliss of aloneness,
No control no direction, my body turns to dust then atoms,
Even as I wished for someone to find me.