Looking at a star from afar,
I dare say I feel its' soul from right here,
And my own reaches, and seems to touch, transported -
Across the ages far away from this looming fear,
I see and begin to love a world once far from my North star.
Looking at this star from afar,
No religion, no belief, where no God can reach,
I feel the void, bereft of this humanity, and there's peace -
Organized, chaotic peace, melting the bones of my once intelligible speech,
But you see, I begin to love a world once far from my North star.
Looking at my star from afar,
I forget and I lose, I am remade and I live,
Within a world so filled with alien grace and wonder, that I am not afraid
About ashes to ashes and dust to dust, for when I am gone I will not leave
my home, but I shall return from whence I was made.
They now all see, that I've begun to love a world far, far from my North star.
As I look at my star from afar,
I can always escape and forget this weary world,
For I c