Once, in Europa

When he first saw her, was impressed by such an unheard smooth skin. Pale, finely hydrated… Clever, he had found his way to her, with impressive detail. Soon he was having thoughts. She, was inviting: almost begged to be “explored” – no jokes. He was most interested – who woudn’t? It’s an almost unique love story anyway. But Juliet had a huge, mean father. Insomuch tyrannical. On his side, everybody said “forget it”, “she lives too far”, “you won’t get anything from that”. She sure was forced to keep some distance. He doesn’t care tough, given his intelligence. Romeo believes she has life in her, albeit exotic. And he owns quite a good rocket. Fate had separated them. Despite that, something won’t change: he’s not stopping, as Fate is just another challenge.

The astronomer

As little as ants around the sun
So are we in this Milky Way
Trying to find our way among the stars
Reasoning, lonely. Why?
Obedient to the laws of nature we’ll die.
Nobody will remember us after a little while
Oh, my friend! There must be a reason!
Meaning should be at hand!
Years of love cannot be just lost years

Is reasonable to think we are just star dust?
Something must or might fill the void

(Although not seen with fótons)

God, please, help me!
I am lost in life as comets with no Sun
Fighting space, time, sucked in a black hole!
Turn my heart into a telescope

On screens, In the sky

As part of my today’s assignment at Writing201, I tried my first haikus – which I really enjoyed.


A very bright day
I do not gaze at a screen.
Deep, black dotted sky


An awful weather
Eyes are sadly frustrated
Seeing stars on a screen


I see stars in Space
Imagination leads me
Chilled, I pray in peace


I travel to Space
My eyes fall down with the leaves
Church doors are opened