I remember writing this one night when I first connected with the moon. I have a very close relationship with this natural satellite because when ever I can’t sleep I always look through my window without my glasses and bask in the blurry image of a white light shining on me.

Oct 2, 2014


You gaze under a half-moon. You get the feeling that the shape is yet to be completed, like the empty light longs to be reflected. My glasses are pulled off in the most aggressive way. Clarity isn’t an option at the moment. Gazing back, that lunar light has found its time. Yes, you squint and your headache increases, but you make the choice for you. Because even when the particles of your Ora blend in with you surroundings, you still shed energy. You still have filled the capacity you could at that moment.

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