Many, many moons ago the Earth arose from her bed to meet her lover, the Sky.
The occasion of their date followed the auspicious rising of perfection in theSouth; a congregation of starry scenarios,in celebration of the upcoming celestialserenade.
Said scenario being the manifestation ofVenus rising, positioned between Mercuryand the Earths bed, scattered generouslywith lilac leaves and subtle sprays ofocean lily, dusted lightly by the tearsof the Angelic Hosts.
They agreed to rendezvous in theconstellation of Orion, where he promptlypresented her with a bouquet ofsupernovas; three, frosted cumulonimbusnebulae and a clutch of lightning boltsto help alleviate her backaches.
The Earth reciprocated by smiling daintily,opening an intimate chasm deep intoher interior and revealing her molten,nickel iron core, the brilliance of whichlit the Sky with an eternity ofelectromagnetic eminences.
Gold and silver highlights reflected hersmile upon his broad expanse, and he feltthe blue of his somber façade fading toblack, as evening fell.
Reinvigorated immeasurably, the Earthreturned to her garden, plying broadswathes of fertile till with raw ores andprecious metals, intent upon sowing herwild oats; thusly, she was reborn.
The Sky extended his girth across theentirety of eternity, his febrileimagination envisioning a perfection ofrussets and golds: highlighted sunscapesof lavender and the particulate remnantsof long-suffering volcanic outbursts,representative of important decisionsmade in haste.
That night was one of passionateremembrances as the Sky and Earthjoined, remaking Creation from Beginningto End: organic entities contemplatedconception, daring birth in search ofmacroversal meaning.
The fruit of their union was Life, born tobear witness to the perfection of MotherEarth and Father Sky.