we are fabric
awe we resonate with
when we look up
a night sky
full of our kin
your poetry just gets better and better susan
THank sou so much, Kyle!
Nice and wistful
I love the image. And love the idea even more.
Thanks for another reason to love looking up Susan.
Wow, thanks for the support!
🙂 thank you for bringing poetry to new ‘heights’!
(or bringing stars down to the earth’s surface), or both! 🙂
Delightful this dialect of yours..
Thanks so much, Mari
Threads of stars resonating with awe. There is a music, a melody in this metaphor. The music of the stars. Very nice.
Thank you so much, George.
me like plenty!
and the stars twinkle, smile and laugh with different intensities and brightness – and the beauty of night derives from that symphony of winking and twinkling stars woven in that fabric of the sky!
Thanks so much! This is what happens when you stay up late & watch “The Tree of Life”
So hard to grasp this at times, that we could possibly be a part of the wondrous night sky. Yet, someone else might well be looking our way, thinking the same thing.
Nelle–beautifully (and eerily truthfully) said.
My limited knowledge of physics can’t help aggreeing with your simile! Sincerely Deb
Not sure about my level of physics knowledge–2 courses–but if it worked for you, that’s all that counts… Thanks, Deb!
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