Interplanetary Dream

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a very short story about me fantising about a galaxy with majestic power over the universe..inspired by music.

Submitted: October 03, 2006

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Submitted: October 03, 2006



Interplanetary dream

Sitting upon a rock one silver afternoon, looking-gazing into the sky, far beyond into nothingness, I wandered. The suns violet rays shined warmly on my face, my sparkling eyes fixed on its calm moonlight, brightening, as its radiance had sprung forth so beautifully upon me. The grass and trees whispered to each other acknowledging its majesty, the surface beamed with yellow reflections. Its colour vibrated, fair and lovely the moon was made jealous.I slumbered as if hypnotized under its spell I dozed. I had a dream of a galaxy far beyond without reach, its radiance, like an ever burning candle it glowed, exclaiming and overwhelmed by its marvel I pondered. The architecture complementing its structure beyond my feeble human understanding I gasped, it opened as if stretching its wings, power and might submitting under its glorious splendour. Its electronic charge with a force so great pulled attracting my spirit. A light in perfect union with the universe, showing off its garment that is borrowed to it for only a few centuries, flamboyant and eccentric it whirled. A planet as it seemed, hosting other little planets in its pockets. I journeyed between the planets, floating walking on air the wind behind my back I traveled, explored and discovered a hidden world, I channeled through its waterway navigating like an astronaut with enough oxygen in my lungs unsupplied from a gas tank, I touched assuming it and smelt its fragrance, its perfume transmitted making holes in my body I got attached and clung to its smell in my drowsiness I fell in love, my weakness. Never had I seen such beauty…

I fell off the rock…and I long to have that same dream again prolonged to its fullness and the sun, it was still shining.

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