You as I, out of nowhere, we
had struck a bond with a lesser god.
Such long awaited arrivals, we
grew dearly in our forsaken resonance, and
you set my feet asliding down to earth.
The canopy above
with the leering eye
could no longer suspend itself in the
windlessness of awakening.
How does an old abandoned dog teach such things?
So sudden, the terrible joy of
choosing one path
was the matter at hand. Somehow, I
knew I was free again. And
out of nowhere
came the snowfall on a day
that graced a life just
waiting to be lived.