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Skies split raw atoms
Estranged us, irreparably
Our too-young hearts, blasted
War-torn, Fate’s odd fires flaring
Taking us down, in rain-soaked nights
Our flights of fancy, then of loss
All disappearing over years, tears spent
Now that you’ve gone, who knows?
As if dreams carry on, your voice
Echoes in a room, an old tune plays
Reminding me of oceans green, across
I see you standing on Time’s shores, knowing
You might have tried to stay, to say
This isn’t goodbye…
As waters under bridges flow
Something deep down says to trust
That like a tree bending in rough wind
I’ll feel your laughter again

© 2014 S. Michaels
for Michael Thomas Sposito (1957-2014)
Light Years

for you, friend…
Even in the Quietest MomentsRoger Hodgson (1979)
Give a Little Bit – Take the Long Way Home
– Roger Hodgson (1979)
-Alan Parsons Project (1981)

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Author: LightWriters

Life. Faith. Wellness.

3 thoughts on “Star-Crossed

  1. Wowwww…that’s all I’ve got. 🙂

  2. Beautiful, riveting, passionate arpeggio of love. Even at the crossroads we all must go away… but, somehow, I know he is still saying… this is not goodbye.

  3. Absolutely beautiful and full of pathos. Left me a bit shaken at the last verse. Great work, Susan!

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