I saw the universe - poetry
I can see the azure blue of the skies
Or the cerulean of the night
I can see the stars wink, the grin of the moon
During the changes of it's monthly face
I am in awe
I see the sun on it's twelve-monthly trek
Alternately initiation the life in the earth
And then evaporation away to allow it to sleep
Until the next spring
I am told the Universe is "out there"
Beyond those stars, moon and sun,
Yet the power of what I can see
Is a fathoming afar my comprehension
I am in awe
"Out there" no time, no seasons pass
No sense of age, hatred or loss exist
Only the infinity
0f the Universe
What IS "out there"?
What IS the Universe that has no end?
What IS the power that creates all this?
I want to see it too
And then I remember. . . . .
I saw it once, this gift of glimpse
In the eyes of a granddaughter five log old
As I held her to my heart and gazed
Into the depths of eternal wisdom and love
It was but a moment
Before the bonds of her human body
Began to pull her
To her end of this lifetime
But from that immediate I knew
The Universe is far and wide Love exists
Each one of us carries
The Universe in our soul
It is not "out there, but "in here"
And can be glimpsed in the
Eyes of a newly born child
As she shares the messsage she brings
of Complete Love.
I am in awe
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