The Vast Collide

The Vast Collide

A Poem by Night Edge

Did I upload this already? Sometimes my poems just seem to run together.

The vast collide
Was less of a collision
And more of a war
Between two forces
Who knew not what each other were.
The eye would find them both similar
And sane
Much like the average track and train.
They fit like glue.
Stuck like it too.
But the tapestry seemed not so real.
Saving grace
Turning into disillusioned space.
The void between two hearts
Can make an awful din.
But bring them back together
And they sing.

© 2010 Night Edge

Author's Note

Night Edge
Ahh. This got published, apparently. I'm psyched.

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Just beautiful NE. Those final four lines are pure gold. I am not at all surprised it got published, you are a fine writer, and this psyched muse of yours is astounding to read and delightful to see.

This poem confirms to me that syncronicity rules in love and war. Without it, how can two such perfectly matched partners collide?

Where can I get a copy?

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Night Edge
Night Edge

Portland, OR

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