Luke’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker interpreter, Mark Hamill, exercised his literary talent by composing a fun poem about the relationship between Finn and Poe Dameron.
The missed love affair between Finn and Poe tickled the literary talent of the Star Wars star: The Ascent of Skywalker, Mark Hamill, prompting him to compose a fun poem about the gay couple then spread on social media.
With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the third Star Wars trilogy has ended. Rey got rid of the evil family influences by choosing the Force and almost all questions from the fans were answered. Among the unresolved narrative strands, however, there is the missed relationship between Finn and Poe Dameron. According to Oscar Isaac, a homosexual relationship between two of the Star Wars heroes was too bold for Disney’s bosses, so nothing was done. Mark Hamill, however, decided to create a literary composition on the impossible love between the two leaders of the Resistance.
Luke never met either Finn or Poe
So what they do behind closed doors
I guess I'll never know…
But I would like to also note that love is love
Whatever floats your boat.#LGBTerrific 🌈 https://t.co/swT1F1UsOG
— Mark HammyNewYear (@HamillHimself) December 30, 2019
“Luke has never met Finn or Poe / therefore what they do behind closed doors / I will never know … But I would like to point out that love is love / wherever you sail your boat”.
As pointed out in the Star Wars: The Ascent of Skywalker review, while leaving the story between Finn and Poe unresolved, the film allows itself a rainbow opening by introducing a lesbian kiss between two members of the Resistance at the end.