Alignment

blueeyeinsky

 

Her presence,

the lack of it,

has allowed normality

to surge back in,

equalizing pressures,

allowing horizons

to be level.

 

yet the sky

however full

of new configurations,

cannot obscure reality,

nor remnant-memories

hidden there

like distant clouds

 

caught and

held secure.

 

so sometimes

in the infinity,

arrays appear,

alignments,

coincidences of scent,

 

and softness,

length of hair,

warmth of arm,

combining

 

generating

pain -

 

in the shock of recognition.

 

By Robert Moore

 

 

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