Poetry

Unbounded

The stars looked in awe, millions of light-years away gazing at a blue piece of rock in the Orion. Hidden among thousands of comets, asteroids and dwarf planets that make the milky way. Admiring the humans as they loved, adventured, evolved, got lost then found their way back to love

Between the mangled mess of humanity, fate had planned a choreographed adventure for two beautiful souls. And as the stars watched, the boy met a girl. The experience as ethereal as their love story. Passion and kindness, dreams, and hopes. They traded their hearts, each the keeper for the other.

The boy grew to an ideal man and girl to an enthralling lady. Both curved by love and shaped by their adventures. Learned to dance in the rain, when days colder than the coldest of nights came knocking. Only time revealed their sage souls.

Despite their test of time, love and pain, and now separated by distance, captive to current states. They look up to the distant stars, gazing, wondering if the stars are looking back. And what fate they hold for them? Because if the last few years of love, life, and adventure was the introduction, what lies ahead?

Photo by Clint McKoy  on Unsplash
©2020 Kevin Kinge 

42 thoughts on “Unbounded

  1. Distilled to its essence the post herein is the new definition of releasing creativity *&* redefines unleashing innovation *&* Webster indeed need to add those two new definitions in a not to distant future dictionary and $$ pay $$ Mr. King, the author of the uncut gem herein!

    1. I’m glad for your kind words🙏 and grateful that you think so highly of the post. Thank you and amen to the not too distant successes

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