Distance is a Myth and This Too Will Become a Tale Someday

Poseidon in his watery prison has loved Selene from afar, turning his tides to draw her gaze upon him.
And Selene hung upon the velvet canvas of night unable to sink into the salty waves from her lofty height blinks slowly with regret, filling her vision with the peaked foam depths. 

I love you like the ocean loves the moon, the sight of her in the night sky roiling the ocean into tidal frenzies.

I love you with the eternal pattern of nature, unwavering and confident in the reassurance of return. 

I love you with the eternal intent of gods and the immortal imperviousness of our souls.

I love you as I have always and will always love you, in lives since passed and lives to come, and in that space of afterlife, our Heaven ensnared in each other’s eyes. 

And long before the goddess took up residence beside the empty cratered lake to stand guard over far off blue green seas and long after those seas have ebbed eternally too heavy and ancient with geological burden I have, I will, love you.

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