you and I, sitting on the dock
fell into the sky
while talking about death
and what comes after.
you and I fell into the sky,
our backs left the ground and
we flew head first towards the
stars and Neptune.
you and i talked about death
and our evolving relationship
or whatever you decided to call it.
you and I spoke of what comes after
the stars fade
and we are left floating
in a lightened sky.
you and i closed our eyes
so we could miss the sunrise.
we are finding footholds
on the rings of Neptune.
I had the magic eye to know that he was there,
to the others, he could have been Thunder.
Pulsing angry heart flashes bright in the ribcage of black smoke.
I feel pathetic, cowering in a splintering vessel.
While Neptune's almighty roar is too loud to hear.
Rope burn stings, and I hold my hands out to the brewing storm.
One deafening plunge of his Staff and cold sharp splatters of rain freeze the pain.
He pulled the short straw, I've always believed.
Submerged to purge the sea of mortal rule,
An eternity of counting sharks but still
he's there enough to see my ship to shore.
Butterflies on Neptune with a red moon revolving,
Casinos on Titan with spinning Roulette wheels,
Apes on Mercury with their questions never solving,
And the hippies on Venus saying 'Climate, what's the deal?'
In Andromeda there's talent shows based upon
Useless talents and aliens that eat more than they can burn.
They also believe in God and think their the only ones.
There's also desolate aliens sitting by the night seas and wondering
Who is there? One looks to the stars and wonders where his friends have gone...
There's nothing between nothing sitting no where doing nothing,
And something somewhere doing something somewhere
And I can't explain what because you wouldn't understand
And even if I told you, you'd likely not care because it's not about you.
Did I lose you?
There's a blinking light out at sea inviting me to die,
But the overcast sky denies it.
And if this ocean represents death then why is it so rejuvenating?
And why must Jupiter stare down at me when I have no time to stare back?
Why do the ocean winds cleanse a soul that doesn't exist?
And why does the lonely star resting above the Pacific horizon wink at me when it doesn't even know who I am?
Once we were there
Then at once we weren't,
I assure it's assuring
That all can be burnt.
Neptune has many moons
In his cold desolate spot in space
Each one to be with forever
until death do them part
And be there... close to his side day n night...
Neptune has 14 moons Triton being the biggest.
I'll try to bring you on a journey
A realm that you have once been
I'll open up those dreams back to you
The reason why we dream when we are living
The reason why we seek refuge from this cruel reality
The reason why our connections build from this refuge
The reason why we are dreamers and can be real
There's no rush to where we're heading
For rushing will lead us nowhere
And I shall end this short to create some room for you
For the rest of this journey
I believe you'll remember
Or maybe neptune estate by king krule
Would just do
For its been on repeat since the beginning
Can’t you bare just one more night?
I wanna be with you
I wanna be used
July saw you drinking mimosas
underneath a tree that wept shadows.
You were never one for cloudless days
by the sea. Silver wax over golden dust.
You are beginning to realize
blue might be the loneliest colour
when caught without the sun.
Yet only the ocean can speak of love in any tense.
Look at how it creates and destroys
at the same time.
Look at how
it carries on.
While raging tempests shake the shore,
While Ælus’ thunders round us roar,
And sweep impetuous o’er the plain
Be still, O tyrant of the main;
Nor let thy brow contracted frowns betray,
While my Susanna skims the wat’ry way.
The Pow’r propitious hears the lay,
The blue-ey’d daughters of the sea
With sweeter cadence glide along,
And Thames responsive joins the song.
Pleas’d with their notes Sol sheds benign his ray,
And double radiance decks the face of day.
To court thee to Britannia’s arms
Serene the climes and mild the sky,
Her region boasts unnumber’d charms,
Thy welcome smiles in ev’ry eye.
Thy promise, Neptune keep, record my pray’r,
Not give my wishes to the empty air.
.My hands take custody ofher full plump cheeks,almost as rosy as her lips.Her eyes become so blueduring the eclipse of Neptune.Gold flecks in her eyesswirl like the rings around Saturn.Her smile crashes into my heart likethe Jupiter comet bombabardment.And my heart shines like the sunwhen she calls me poppy.She wants me to read her a story...