A Select Few

Take A Universe, infinity a must

With limited sight, we can only trust

Circle a galaxy, spiraled in design

With billions of stars, so hard to keep in mind

To a planetary system that has only nine spheres

Even then, it exists for billions of years

Take a planet, third from it’s sun

Finally some understanding, has begun

With a land mass inconsequential to the seas

Our own insignificance drops us to our knees

We barely understand the simplest things

Navigate it’s surface with plastic wings

And barely know the seas and their life

Uninhabitable without incredible strife

 

Yet we contend that we know our maker

We consider only one of many fakir

The chosen few to his creation and dreams

As delivered by our plots and schemes

Written down through only thousands of years

Suffering his neglect with billions of tears

An insignificant stain with a sun quite small

Hopelessly lost in the midst of them all

We endlessly find ourselves alone on the ground

Seeing waters and land, while barely moving around

Rightfully so, we are always looking beyond

Someday to know  our place, a self-significant pond

And so we swim in place, in our little paradise

Yet most times unhappily, blindly, paying the price.

 

Barbara Blackcinder

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About Barbara Blackcinder

I write mostly for my own joy and release unfortunately, while hoping that it is enjoyable to others. I thank my followers very much and hope I continue to write interesting pieces for them.
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2 Responses to A Select Few

  1. Vast Perspectives here…

  2. Gede Prama says:

    Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

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