Another life

Another life

A Poem by Abraxasbird

Vast distances, blurred by the multitude of lights, over the distant timescapes are two soul


Cataclysmic collisions of immaculate explosions
Raze the infinity between two living souls
Cross vivisected, internally contradicted
Outwardly reluctant but fully disclosed in kinesthetic

Rushing asteroids scream forward
Gravity wells pull nearer
Black matter holds void
Charred between two creatures

Years confused by lights
Time hastened by decree
And distance warped by pressure
Assail two degenerate dwarfs in a black sea

This love is like
Music in the dark
Constantly peering into an atom
Finding what is in the confines
Of the unseen

Constantly analyzing, you forget
People become lonely
Without something nearby
To share the infinite feelings
Of a multi-verse downsized
By the miracle of a chance encounter
With another life

© 2013 Abraxasbird

Author's Note

Artwork: between_the_asteroids_by_overlostart-d32hged

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Added on October 3, 2013
Last Updated on October 3, 2013
Tags: Life, hope, miracles, majesty, wondrous, astral, soul, love, chance, encounters



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