Just like a supernova we had to explode our massive admiration had come to an end of its beautiful life span & our nova was brighter than any other cosmic event enhanced with lilac and bluish hydrogen colors so enormous, making it look like a whole new galaxy but like all massive stars we turned into a black hole swallowing every star coming in our way and as much of a mystery we will remain as much of a apocalypse we will stay and maybe if the milky way would've been closer to our collision we could've been a celestial ellipse in a universe filled with endless stars
and as typical for a black hole, space and time collapse when we touch the event horizon and we become one magical unexplainable element with each other so powerful that when time slows down there won't be any other thought than your silhouette dancing from one star to another catching the last remaining particles of love rotating around our supermassive black hole
in another galaxy we would've been another infinite love story between thousand of star collisions
Orion's shoulder is dimmer now, And I await a cosmic funeral; For a beauty that is born of death, And is every breath a miracle- Delights me.
And Nature's diadem- That I swear my allegiance to, Thus makes me wonder
How in myriad flavors, comes beauty; Like the sight of your love from afar, The warmth of falling tears, the twinkle, Or the death of a glorious star- That once boldly shone; But as a graveless corpse now rests
We are stars wrapped in skin, a universe in ecstatic motion that has a heart pulsating like a supernova and eyes made of stardust that shines bright in the darkness. Thoughts like candlelights, flickering on and off.
So protect your light, protect your flame from the ice of others.
Let it burn, let it burn brighter Let it burn, from within till it’s out. Let your light shine, whatever form it maybe.