We race through the celestial sphere above the Earth. Just two comets held by the invisible strings of gravity, mastered only by the laws of the universe. Our repeating journey is as old as time. It started with a push, a burst of energy; and we’ll race on until the energy is gone. Only than, to come to rest. In the darkness at the end.
I am born of substance in the darkness of space.
Around me are countless others, joining the race.
I look at a distant pinpoint of light.
It’s brighter than the other’s; It somehow seems right.
I shake the shackles that hold me here.
And move towards the light, without any fear.
The time is long the distance so great,
We must travel far to find our mate.
As I near you I realize space isn’t so dark.
That it only shelters life, like a tree’s bark.
Through space I hurtle, thrown like a knife.
My skin turned to energy, I flare to life.
Will I cut you,
Will I burn you,
Will you learn to hate me.
Will I fall to your arms
Will I be lost in your charms.
Will I know you forever, we must wait to see.