He saw her there alone, celestial and shining eternal.
In the light of a thousand people she stood in the thriving.
He quietly cried to himself accepting that he could never touch her.
The longing and the loneliness forever expanding across his vision he turned away from himself and his emotions. Leaving, he heard the din of life softly fading behind him to a never ending sea.
He walked with his head down in the shadows. Footsteps leaving an unseen path of breadcrumbs for her on the cold pavement bathed in lamp and an evening rain.
Through the night he wondered aimlessly through the world waiting for a moment, a passing moment to a thought of her face shining down on him from her heaven. The faintest of smiles washed over him as warmth wrapped its fingers slowly around his body.
He closed his eyes and forgave her for leaving him to his thoughts.
If she only knew.
The breath of a whisper— rain tempering leaves—memories passed him by in storm.
He stood letting her fall over his hair, body, and finally down his clothes to his bones.
Soft echoes wafted over him as the perfume of cars went by.
A quiet peace.
Undisturbed by noise.
Only knowing warmth.
She had found him again.