Upon the Constellations We Rise

Two lost loves, one gray, one green

Married each other sight unseen.

Through the air they embraced

Then swiftly departed through time and space

Every night he’d hear her song

The taste of her breath for which he’d long

Would simmer gently along his lips

He’d cross galaxies for just one kiss

Their fates unite them, though circumstances divide

Among the cosmos they remain true and tried

For when again they shall come together

And cut the strings that do them tether

No stormy grounds, nor earthly fires

Will quell their eternal love’s desires.

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