• Diatomic Carbon

    by  • March 28, 2016 • * Safe for Work *, To You • 4 Comments

    The wise river’s gentle flow is passing the gates of Eden
    It water’s melody destined to join oceans in far away lands
    Reflecting the blood moon’s ruby light which is shinning brightly
    High above in night’s star struck diamond laden sky

    The moon’s casting long shadows, elongated subjects of fairy tale’s pages
    Outlining the limbs of my being on the lushest of meadows, ultraviolet green
    The rolling hill whose joy I seek and run to in my sleep forever
    For all of god’s heavenly creatures are peacefully living nearby

    As my ears, hands, toes and softly curved vertebrae pressed tightly
    My essence tuned finely into nature’s spectacle completely hidden below
    I listen to tiny beasts burrowing determined in unison
    While my eyes are closed firmly, hair flowing in gentle rhythm to their silent, glorious sound

    Blissfully I am dreaming sweetly while I turn and sway in my dance
    Of future’s fantasies more than three billion light years ago
    While my fingertips are reaching towards us bidding farewell to twin comets tragic love story
    Their long entwined gaseous tails waving and mysteriously glowing in emerald green
    An elliptical journey towards galaxies no one has never been
    Yet effortless is their eternal travel as they are gently pushed along
    By the mightiest of galactic kiss in the universe, as the solar wind is known

    While back on earth my skin and earth’s soil are merging slowly
    With the roots of the trees hidden in my secret orchard garden
    I listen to ancient stories, my favorite the tale of the winds from the seven seas
    Whose breeze will determine the fate, chance and destiny of all earthly children

    It is there that you will find me faithfully waiting
    Like the bird taking flight it’s feathers brush the slightest of touch
    The caress of the southern breeze it is I long for
    the one I will try to catch

    4 Responses to Diatomic Carbon

    1. Romantic
      March 29, 2016 at 12:04 am

      Beautiful words, thanks for sharing!

    2. Reader
      March 29, 2016 at 12:07 pm

      I love it

    3. As a Chemistry major...
      March 29, 2016 at 7:09 pm

      I found this beautiful and nice to read.

      I find it nice that more and more people start to use chemistry analogies when talking about love.
      Although carbon isn’t an element that’s naturally diatomic when found in nature, it’s by far the most common element in the world and there are so many allotropes…

      As they say, a diamond is a girl’s best friend…

      Carbon is truly amazing…

      Thanks for sharing.


    4. Indica
      April 3, 2016 at 12:24 am

      OH my god, this is gorgeous <3 πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

      There are hearts in my eyes.

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