Treasure Island

Nicholas Nikolov

(April.6,1988 / Toronto)

The Seven Skies

Every stargazing diamond-twinkling waters
interchanged with the midday ocean high and the sun’s fry;
a grand superfluous starship, dreamship and loveship
elegance with an exquisite lone passengership.
You are magnificently the sole voyager
amongst this resplendent star-wayfaring Milky Way-cruising
phantom vessel – captained by a chivalrous cavalier –
a non-fictional aspiration, but the bafflement of its supernatural
gentlemanly loving heart is perceived
as a splendorous wonderment from a storybook fabrication.
On the contrary, its affection is lustfully all too real for just you.
Taking in a most astonishing turn of events
for knowing in precisely where you most desire to go,
coincidently, is the once-upon-a-time world
greatly wanted to share delightfully;
Nevertheless, you are his true love,
and together – the both of you shall dignifiedly
calling this apocryphal paradise home
each dream-filled bedtime. Moreover, Aphrodite’s frangible
touch further accentuating the breathtaking
enchanting ambience of the formulating constellations
mystically dazzle the affection-laden self-navigating
vessel to this cosmic world in the wee hours;
steadily flowing upon the vast calmness of the ocean
and returning us to the grandeur of sunshine relaxations.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
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