Walking up a hill on a street towards home, its night and the sky is black with deep purples, blues, and littered with bright white sparkling stars and fluffy nimbus clouds. The north star Polaris is magnificent and shinning the brightest out of all the stars in the sky, I can almost hear an echo bouncing off of it. I focus on it feeling its individual gravity pull on me. I grab onto its gravity, as if with a rope like spiderman, lifting myself off the earths ground. I achieve a form of flight as I float higher and higher I swing between different gravitys of different stars, bouncing from rooftop to rooftop.
I begin to feel a loud gravitational echo and from behind a cloud emerges a crescent moon. My focus becomes fixated upon its brilliant shine. It grows to a full moon and develops a horizontal viscia piscas that forms into an eye and blinks at me. Its strong pull on me is impossible to escape, in an almost fearful way, as I fly upward toward the now full moon. Though a sense of feeling some type of invitation to dance with the moon keeps me calm. The white clouds that surrounded the moon spiral around me as i pass them, propelling me faster towards the moon in a white molecular vapor misty cloud like form.
Blasting through space I splash into the moon like it is a pool of milk, I am encompassed swimming in complete whiteness, it is all that seems to exist now. There is another person or entity swimming in the milky way with me, we are dancing, circling around the pool in synchronized whirling dervish motions. My body has lost physical form and i exist as the white milky liquid of the moon, only separated by the single other entity (face). We begin to spiral downward as a whirl pool forms, the separation between the two of us is now blurred beyond my knowledge, only a faint melted liquid milky face remains. The whirl pool gets deeper and deeper as if going down a drain, the spinning vortex forms a cone like shape, this cone begins to resemble a flower bud and in a large explosion (of pollen) the bud blooms into the sun (flower), brilliant and warm, it changes from white, to yellow, then with orange, and a fiery red on the outside petals of the burning flower, the shedded pollen fertilizes the earth below and the surrounding outer space galaxies in an enriching warm glow.