There are constellations between your teeth and you have starlight wrapped around your tongue, there is moonlight in your eyes but sunlight in your smile Every time you breath you inhale glitter and oxygen and powdered sugar, the scent of grass and strawberries and hope Flowers bloom between your ribs and wind through the joints in your hips, your knees, your wrists There is a whole menagerie in your stomach, butterflies and pelicans and Bengal tigers Your skin is crushed velvet, silk and lace, encasing a skeleton of steel and iron, silver filigree Your hands are soft as cotton, rose petals, strong as the will of all your ancestors. When you die you will melt back into the earth, disintegrate and fall back to where you came from You will be absorbed back into the atmosphere and the universe will swallow you up. It will rearrange your atoms and produce something completely you but completely different. You are one of a kind, you are the entire universe. You will never be again, but you will never stop being.