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Seven Stars

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posted on Aug, 1 2009 @ 10:22 PM
Seven Stars.

Another star falls from the sky
That’s three and the omens he doesn’t want to attend to have become a conversation he thought didn’t exist.
She tells him of her adventure, she has returned from an odyssey of love, a quest for truth in her own way that at first had him reeling but now strangely he is transfixed.
"Hear her out", he is told.

Another falls from the sky.
There are two conversations going on now, he realises but for the first time he isn’t passing judgment.
She tells more and more, too much information on any other night. Too much to know about, however its her and its an incredible story.
But the story doesn’t matter, for what is intoxicating is the unbounded spirit, an energy of opposite polarity that sings for its twin.
Wild, loving, spinning spirit of goddess’s from somewhere so deep he feels the boom- boom she craves and knows again what love could be.

Another star falls, he looks up and wonders how.
If not what he thought he was looking for, maybe he has found truth. Maybe he has been brought back to earth where the show above has been there all along.
Has he missed the stars for want of finding the universe.
She mentions the same, although in the context of true love. The more he waits, the more he listens, the more he understands. She is She and She is wonderful.

Another star falls from the sky and this time he tells her.
"Did you make a wish", she asks." No" he says," I am just in awe."
"Could be an omen though" she says back.

He didn’t want to think that way…she said it.
He said there were seven falling stars now. He didn’t really know, he had lost count. But it didn’t matter, they were falling all around and they were the other conversation.
He didn’t have to listen because they spoke without words.
Hear her out.

Later, towards the end of the night, when he couldn’t feel his feet and his hands were shaking, his heart melting and mind racing the last star fell for him.

It lit the sky like a falling moon, "Make a wish" she cried.

He did, this time.

Later she asked "what did you wish for?"

He said "maybe one day I will tell you…"

posted on Aug, 3 2009 @ 09:06 PM
reply to post by 2theC

This line was awesome!

He didn’t have to listen because they spoke without words

That actually says a lot. Congrats my friend, Star and Flag from me.

posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 05:10 PM
reply to post by TheMythLives

yes, that is the line!

Thanking you kindly, I appreciate it.
it is a true story, the truest i have ever written.

[edit on 4-8-2009 by 2theC]


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