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Oct 2018
the blinding light
of the sun setting
two people
insignificant
compared to the near twilight sky

a comet
falls through the
sky
and the sky lit from the beautiful

two people run
around a large crater
and as they pass each
other, three years apart
they stop

the sun sinks out of sight
and shifts to twilight
the bright light
lessens to show
the two standing
together

"kataware-doki"

the girl cries in happiness
while the other smiles
they hug
And the girl questions
"When will I see you again"

the boy suggests
"let’s write our names on each
other, so we don't forget"
he pulls a pen out of his pocket

she agrees, and the boy
writes on the palm of
The girl he has known
for a short while, but
feels like he's known for years

They exchange the pen, and
The girl writes the one line-

and the pen falls

the beautiful can become the terrifying
the comet nears the small town
the crater overlooks
splits
and falls
This poem is inspired by the ****** in Your Name, Kataware-Doki.
Jordan
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Jordan  Cisgender Female/Washington State
(Cisgender Female/Washington State)   
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