Can’t believe my phone can capture the stars 🥺
Wish and Twinkers!
Neoma, my character who is marked as the daughter of the Moon
My mother always talked to me a lot about the sky. She liked to watch the clouds in the day, and the stars at night… especially the stars. We would play a game sometimes, a game called, what’s beyond the sky. We would imagine darkness, or a blinding light, or something else that we didn’t know how to name. But of course, that was just a game. There’s nothing beyond the sky. The sky just is, and it goes on and on, & we’ll play all of our games beneath it.
Cosima is enjoying the ‘positioning’ play schema at the moment and is organising and laying her toys out in patterns, everywhere around the house! I wanted to support her in this, so I cut out some different sized stars from glittery paper and put them in her treasure basket with some sheets of coloured glitter paper (and some unpictured tissue paper for variety) for her to position them on. She loved it and moved them about for ages! We then took some of the stars and Cosima practised her glueing skills to stick them down where she wanted them to go.
Just what i need now.
the arms of the galaxy
wrap tightly around the night sky.
with frenzied fervor,
the night sky hugs back.
the winds whispered a secret
ever so softly into my ears.
cassiopeia winked at me from above.
last night i dreamt
of broken stars and a shattered moon
and i awoke to a shower of shooting stars
waving to me as they flew past.
science says the stars never disappear
no matter the time of day
but i’m pretty certain that what we see
are just ghosts of the stars that once were.
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