Only a few weeks later and already we can’t agree about how it happened. How to tell the story. Who should take responsibility. Who should claim credit. What happened first. What happened next. What’s even possible. He says he’ll investigate and figure out the truth, but I have a feeling it isn’t that kind of universe any more. I’m half expecting the cat lying next to us to fade away, leaving nothing but a smile.


first light too far from the moon to believe it


10 thoughts on “Space-time

  1. What a strong, clear poetic voice here. One I trust. And, then there’s the delightful imagination at play, leaving the reader that calico cat smile from Alice . . . Can you tell how much I really loved reading this haibun! Tight. Just right. With lift-off! Thanks, Melissa. ~ Donna

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