RIC S. BASTASA


Two parallel lines


The teaching has always been
That two parallel lines never meet

Which is not so with lights
Two paths of light
Tracing the same darkness
Bends finally in the distant space
And then they meet
And in a bang
Another star is born

Two people in darkness
Falling in love
Seeing light where there was none
The impossible happens
Two parallel outlooks
Finally meeting in a kiss
Bursting emotions
Like a comet’s tail

Submitted: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

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