The Flotsam. Poem Inspired by the Tarot’s Star card.

 

I had a dream the other night

I saw a planet, cobweb white

Creaking as it spun around

So stiffly at the speed of sound

A small pale moon encircled it

A ghostly child that clung half lit

I’d thought I would return to earth

I’d thought I’d try again for birth

I went in for a closer look

On a mountain top I found a book

I tried to but I couldn’t read

The words which looked like scattered seed

The stories left for me were lost

I crossed horizons and recrossed

Them, nothing moved below on ground

With sifting dust the only sound

I turned to face Andromeda

What tide to catch to go so far?

What harbour star could draw me in?

Forgotten endings, re-begin?

Katie-Ellen Hazeldine, July 2010.

 

About Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

Tarot Reader, Consultant & Writer in Lancashire, UK. Not fortune telling. Advisory readings with a focus on specifics and with forecasts as appropriate.
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