Lost Letters

From Moon

Dear You,

The first day I saw you, I felt nothing. Your smile left no floating butterflies and your laughter echoed like an awkward noise. You were nothing to me but another embodiment of life and flesh; another stranger happening to pass by. After that day, you danced into my thoughts like a random glitch in my memory. A year flew and another waltzed by and I thought I had forgotten.

But one day, I found out that I would see you again and my eyes lit up like fireworks. I was so ecstatic that I would re-unite with that stranger after so long. But you were no longer a stranger, only I was. For now you were a shining star and I was forced to watch from the shadows. You armored yourself with bodyguards and the ever-flashing lights of the cameras made you glimmer like purely-refined gold.

We met for a second time and it was an avalanche. Your laugh serenaded my ears and your eyes were intoxicating. You smiled and sang to me and then I fell. I fell for you but you didn’t catch me.  And then, like the wind, you were gone.

Now I am left with half a heart and you don’t even know it. I am overjoyed that I met you and I’ll count the stars until we meet again. But I am terrified that maybe we never will. And it will take an eternity for me to make a third first impression.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                With love,

                                                                                                                                                         Moon

 

12 thoughts on “From Moon”

  1. Another shocker. …interesting. ..you should perform these pieces Favour…they would spring to life beautifully from your lips.think about it

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