I once saw a galaxy of grass knitting the mountain top, strongly, steadily, expanding and claiming territories. From there grew new suns, moons and fresh constellations. They reminded me of you. Your face and your smiles, I only vaguely remember, But Dear, I need not see you to know you are here. Your breath of galaxies intertwined with my white roses, Your vibrating tides leaping high and far before my eyes, Strongly, steadily, you engulfed rivers and thorny paths. Now the sun has set and the rain has been tenderer, the breeze at dawn has secrets to tell. They're reminding me of you, the one who took me back to Love.