• Gravity is not responsible for stars falling in love.

    by  • March 14, 2016 • * Safe for Work *, Soulmate • 4 Comments

    Once upon a time two stars fell in love. It was a love unlike any other, a love made of the purest star dust, made of particles created at the very beginning of time.

    As the two stars looked into each other’s eyes, they started to dance closely around one another, pulling each other closer and closer, so close they tried to be that they ended up melding into each other, and they became one blazing spectacular spinning megastar.

    And this star, one million times bigger than the sun, began to shine so beautiful and bright, that eventually it burned through the last of it’s nuclear soul-essence fuel, the matter at it’s core, and their joined souls became denser and denser, until it threatened to turn into a huge black hole.

    Then something unexpected happened: as the conjoined huge love star was dancing and whirling, spinning around faster and faster so quickly, it stretched the core into a dumbbell-like shape that snapped apart and they turned into two separate black holes, each 30 times heavier as the sun.

    Moments later, and because they loved each other with such intensity and could not bear the thought of being separated such was the hurtachepain they felt, the two black holes used all their might to draw so close together that they yet again merged into one. And both were so relieved and happy to be reunited, this time always and forever, for all eternity, they gave off a sigh of gravity so powerful it was sufficient to travel across space for more than one billion light years before jolting the atoms on.

    Yet on earth, and ever since Albert Einstein had predicted it, scientists had been searching for the ripple in the fabric of space time. When their fantastical machine detected the star lover’s sigh as it gently touched earth, the scientists rejoiced, they hugged and they cried with happiness because it was the sound of the universe, a music more beautiful than anything they had ever heard.

    And as the lover’s sigh travelled past earth into infinity and beyond, the sound of their undying love for each other could be heard everywhere in the universe, and until the very end of times.

    4 Responses to Gravity is not responsible for stars falling in love.

    1. My heart
      March 14, 2016 at 4:41 pm

      I have no words. So beautifully you have described your love.
      So powerful!

      Thank you, author.

      This brought tears to my eyes.
      Lucky him or her.

    2. ***
      March 14, 2016 at 8:03 pm

      Thank you for sharing:)

    3. Love it
      March 15, 2016 at 6:47 am

      Very beautiful …

    4. Indica
      March 16, 2016 at 2:07 am

      I really loved this and connected with it well. <3 <3

      What a beautiful thing.

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