Windsor Guadalupe Jr

Rookie (April 28,1992 / Philippines)

Two Planets - Poem by Windsor Guadalupe Jr

And there were two planets,
Gyratory planets
That knelt in the narrow chasms -
The carpeted floors,
The ribbon craters,
The colossal belts,
The astral vestiges,
The milky crescents,
And the speeding stars,
Burning across,
One by one,
Losing light,
Flickering,
Cascading
Down the abyss of the vast spaces.
Two planets,
Twined,
Collided,
Melded,
Fragmented,
Sent to abeyance,
The unsparing impasse
Of thieves and celestial pilgrims.
The spaces in between
The chaffed planets
Of amaranthine adulation
Are yielded by the
Nebulous dream catchers – stars.
Two planets
One providence.
Bursting, as if to implode
The surreal ebullience
Of two planets
Having a collision
Muses on
To the halcyon-waters
Of each one.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2011



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