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Maybe in a parallel universe, we’ll be together

Our universe conspires against us.

Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash

There was a lover like a moon ever-changing.

He is sometimes bemusing and enjoys endeavoring concepts such as black holes and galaxies.

For all I know, his words enthrall like stars in space sparkling brightly. He might be a constellation, to figure him out is connecting points.

Perplexing notions of repressed emotions denied the universe we both created.



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K.C. Amador

Writer. Poet. Cat mum. BA Liberal Arts at Birkbeck, University of London. Based in London. IG: @kc.amador /