Galaxy Wheel

I’m always walking with you, -ignoring needed chiropractic adjustments. Never mind that, because all at once the meadow starts ruminating over the fires still smoldering past camel hill. Audaciously, you shoot your finger to the moon as if you’ve discovered a curious thing. I’m taken by the brighter star. Dear God, when will our necks ever align? Still, – every day we’re more honest with ourselves. We tie our tongues, and lace our shoes.

here, inside of us
the whole sky and galaxy, –
two divining lights

for dVerse

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25 thoughts on “Galaxy Wheel

  1. Still, – every day we’re more honest with ourselves. We tie our tongues, and lace our shoes.

    This is keen insight, sharp and engaging. It draws this reader in. I shouldn’t be surprised if one turns out to be the sky, and the other is the galaxy. That covers what’s up there, after all. Fantastic writing about relationship.

  2. Oh.. the pain
    of needing
    Chiro
    practice for
    necks gOne straighTer..
    years of pain.. but trUly
    none now.. since noW..

    i too..
    Dance
    as Galaxy..
    noW.. pain Free..

    Secret
    spirals
    of human
    arms and legs..

    unwiNding..
    moVinG iSREAL
    noW..
    paiN
    FReED..:)

  3. HEAVENS (pun intended), I LOVE this:
    “you shoot your finger to the moon as if you’ve discovered a curious thing. I’m taken by the brighter star. Dear God, when will our necks ever align?”

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