Love sets off a Super Nova, particles hurtling beyond the galaxy, straight into
enveloping space, black as the ink of my pen. How luminous it is, as my regret
loses its gravity and my doubt ceases to exist. How brilliant in its death throes.
How closely it resembles the whites of the eyes of God. And then, just like that
my Universe is a speck on a map drawn by chubby cheeked angels
and fountain pen makers. Clowns and naked tailed devils, prophets in corners
with their dunce caps pointed at the horizon, all of them
have seen Love blow it all to Hell before.