Whimsical Stranger

See the light, reflected in your eyes,
As you wander and gaze up at the stars,
Light shining, twisting and glimmering off the dark sky,
And one among them chooses to fall in your presence, down to the earth below,
Scattering, dancing across the skyline and into your eyes,
Dreaming of when you touch them, and give them a place to call home.
I grasp for that star, wishing hard to make a dream come true.
But perhaps I am thinking of a time not yet assumed,
Of a place where we have not yet given our hearts to strangers,
One day, maybe we can look back on this moment in space and time,
Knowing it was here where love conquered all and stars never fell from the sky,
But perhaps, that is a story for more familiar lovers,
And not strangers that meet under the diamond sky.

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17 thoughts on “Whimsical Stranger

  1. Didis Art Design says:

    Dear friend,

    Beautifully said 🙂

    I have written something about love also recently:

    ——————

    Two-sided love

    Love in duality
    Takes, demands

    Love in unity, oneness
    Gives, unselfishly

    Love in duality
    Separates, loses

    Love in unity, oneness
    Is universal, wins

    Love in duality
    Fires the mind

    Love in unity, oneness
    Is life, is soul

    Love in duality
    Is possessive, wordly

    Love in unity, oneness
    Is free, divine

    Love in duality
    Is unconsciousness

    Love in unity, oneness
    Is consciousness

    Duality is Maya
    Unity, oneness is God

    DidiArtist, 18.01.2014

    ——————

    …and all my artwork and poems are packed and covered by stars: that has a reason: when I was 2 years old, I saw a nightsky that I have never forgotten in my whole life, although I was so young and hardly could speak – my feelings to speak and read from what I saw was surely the language of the heart…

    Thanks for sharing, dear friend
    And have a happy weekend
    Didi

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  2. pennygadd51 says:

    I had to read this poem carefully and think about it, before I understood what you were saying. It’s an interesting way of expressing the possibilities immanent in a moment of time.

    Liked by 1 person

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