silver,
as still
moon water
in a serene cast iron teapot,
as a ring
unthought, undreamt
clothed
from the ineffable

A little more:

For this minimalist poem, I was imagining a couple deeply in love, tucked away somewhere in Iceland, perhaps somewhere in Vik, where one of my favourite beaches is. I was imagining a marriage proposal, very intimate, very sweet, and very – everything. In honesty, heart and entirety. Two souls, woven from the same cosmic fabric, have said ‘yes’ to one another, to create a new soul born of their love: the soul of their relationship. Called by a voice older than us, more ancient than time and earth, from a time before time beyond time, they came together in this life again and found each other, again. To kiss again, to marry again. To walk hand in hand, weaving their destinies under the bright Northern star. In trust, love and entirety. 

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