Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Love is a Supernova

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linking with Imaginary Gardens for the "Tuesday Platform" and "Seeing Stars".

"Yeah we all shine on, like the moon, and the stars, and the sun." 
~John Lennon

When a star sings the blues
man it sure is a glorious sight

like a tear soaked guitar
that you hear with your eyes

There is a certain rhythm
like the beating of the heart

It pulses ever outward
beyond galaxies of stars.

So hush my lost lover
no need to explain

My love is a supernova
and your love flies like a plane.


  1. This is such an inspiring poem... love the even flow of the lines matching each other like rubies on a stone. Beautifully written :D

  2. I could absolutely slow dance to your poem! I read aloud, and repeated these two lines over and over: "like a tear soaked guitar/that you hear with your eyes".


  3. This feels like a song-I love your words! You have enchanted us with the magic that graces the night sky~ Wonderful

  4. love...............does it really exist? I wonder...........

  5. Carrie,

    These words sang to me, perhaps a sad lilt, but it had life within it, as does your poem! Hearing the music with eyes if can be done..

    Happy Weekend,

  6. Hi Carrie - This is very cool. I love the golden tear you hear with your eyes - I'll hold that one in my thoughts for a long time.

  7. This is lovely poetry, Carrie! Thank you for visiting me, I have been absent of late!

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