Embracing you in my own reality,
Your life’s energy bursting from seams
Opening in pinpoint hopefulness,
Barely remembering the reasons
We were choosing to keep a distance
Between our two bodies and the three
              Notably obvious eternities.

Of who and what came before
And between us the last time
We slipped into this wholly selfish
  	      Body of our actuality,
To revel in the existence of such clarity
Of a momentary life worth living, 
Was worthy of the costs and casting of illusions 
In place of such sweetly tasting intensities
              Of this Familiar Allegory.