I Miss You


You know how I said I’ll be fine without you and you’ll be fine without me? Well, clearly, I am not. And I know for a fact, neither are you.

When we are together, we are like hydrogen and helium in a state of fusion and fission. I mean, we radiate energy, light and life together. But the longer we stay together, more the chances of us turning into a void body of destruction which even light can’t escape.

I know we are meant to be. I know we are inseparable on so many grounds. But really, I don’t think I have the capability of being able to see us burst one day, so loudly that it ends up having deep, unforgettable and non-reparable scars and wounds. I don’t want that.

Sometimes, it is good for a star to be less than 1.4 times the solar mass to protect itself from turning into a Black Hole. But of course, there is always a chance of turning into a neutron star though.

So, the question is, are we willing to take that risk of being above that limit and roll a dice over to see if we get the Black Hole or the Neutron Star?

I don’t know. I am just terrified.

Categories: love, Poetry

37 replies

  1. I enjoyed this post a lot. It reminded me of things.. Although, I was brought back to reality after a while. The mind tends to wander and create illusions. My point is I liked this very much. 🙂
    And I’ve followed you hence. Hope to see more such great pieces.

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