Doubt thou the Stars doth move?

See them here.

See them twinkle with your mind’s eye.

See the craters of my moons, swollen, full.

The rich, sticky, syrup of my atmosphere

Breathe in deep.

It is poured out for you.

Chart our growth as our galaxy expands.

Ever changing, every ripening.

See the rightness of our alignment.

Don’t doubt our stars traversal.

See their foretelling in my character,

The history of our love, traced, through constellations.

That the Stars doth move, is proved in you and me.

“Doubt thou the stars are fire,

Doubt that the sun doth move,

Doubt truth to be a liar,

But never doubt I love.”

Tenacious

Inspired by the Shakespearean play “Hamlet” Act 2, Scene 2, p.5

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