On feathers she walked, drifting toward the moon on notes of Bach and Beethoven. Floating over fields of lavender, and rivers of honey. She waved goodbye to the alabaster house on top of the hill, and blew kisses on the wind, hoping they would land on the hearts of those she left behind. For her heart had danced to the rhythm of the hour, and her feet had skipped to the sound of the drum. Her lips had delighted in the jasmine and berries, and her eyes soaked in the golden of the sun. She could have stayed and swam in the senses, but her lover was beckoning her, calling her home. And so she floated to the sky, to reunite with him where he shines, watching the people from afar and reveling in their joy.