Tonight, I imagine that we are like the two comets that are passing by earth right now.
Me, the closer (and smaller) of the two — a comet with the simple name BA14 — I will pass 2.2 million miles from Earth on March 22.
You, the larger comet — with the equally unglamorous name of 252P — reaching your closest distance today, March 21, about 3.3 million miles away from planet earth.
We used to be together, inseparable! One beautiful glowing comet, spewing a glorious tail of organic matter into space, like a farmer does in spring time with the grain and seeds on the field, we were traveling at the speed of light, until an unforeseen event violently cut us apart.
Now our trajectories are similar galactical elypses, we are close, we are nearby yet separate, to never be reunited again, always and forever, until the end of times.