Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Where We Belong

I was dancing on the moon,
No rhythm, no gravity
You already reached the stars
Oh, how blinded you were by their light
I gave up on my moon dance
I returned to gravity
 There was a meadow; green and empty
It became my new home
So I could watch you from afar
Making sure whatever star held you captive,
Didn't burn itself out,
Didn't turn into a black-hole,
Didn't consume you completely
The moon was never my place
You mistakenly thought I belonged to a constellation
So you went out star hunting
I am only a light to guide you home
You belong to your heart
And I belong to...mine.

6 comments:

Knee said...

I love the last part. Perfect!

Victoria Maraví said...

<3

Maha said...

I'd like to hear that as an acoustic song.

Noor said...

@Maha
Your comment is my favorite, not only because it feeds my ego, but my poem as an acoustic song.
Please tell Boyce Avenue, I wouldn't mind at all. :D

Isha Ethera said...

Loving this.
Wonderful
Beautiful
Artful
magical

Thank you, lovely piece dear.
-isha

Rux said...

Poetry has been a genre I've never really wanted to venture into especially because there's very little poetry out there that I enjoy. Besides, I'm so picky about it. This is everything I like about the little poetry that I happen to like. Kindle-d it and will be reading it from time to time!
"You mistakenly thought I belonged to a constellation
So you went out star hunting
I am only a light to guide you home
You belong to your heart
And I belong to...mine."

HEART HEART HEART HEART THIS!!!!!