Antennae

Two antennae of the universe did meet
And though they shared a common ground
They did crackle and spark in fluid lightning
When switch was thrown and capacitor discharged
And did they isolate to protect the all
The circuit still blew out
Yet some day flux may scour
For solder to flow and harden
Else they stand alone in memory forevermore
Basking in strike’s illumination


©Heather Coldstream

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A Seattle-area trans woman seeking a happy spot to stay at along the path of transition.
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