Into Infinity

The Cosmic Gilding
       Into......Infinity
 
Following the Light from the Word
The thunderous sound from chaos
Penetrates the silence of the unknown
In the loop as Time standing still like
A lighthouse watchman unperturbed
The fire and sound warp sped to cosmic
Eye distances beyond space horizons
Echoing a trail of Baroque like music
Through the universes of dark matter
Kindling the primordial mayhem debris
Spreading into fiery outer space vortices
Like a fire blowing dragon hissing smoke
 
Rocks settling into pockets of galactic
Star families now huddling around heaving
With clusters of suckling celestial bodies
Some captured light and sprouted flowers
Others kept dark empty craters eerily quiet
 
Man in front and center of the Creation
In awe from and of the Eden lush with life
Yet so much more to come as the gilding
Of the Cosmic Garden has just begun only
Eons ago following the Light from the Word
 
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(c)NDR3.18.2019
Photo:ndr Breckenridge Ski Resort CO

As my Bohemian soul would be out there he’d be part of it.

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Robert L. Martin
5 months

Yea I found your poem. It is beautiful, very poetically written, very descriptive. I love the words you use, the timelessness of the eons following the light of the world. Like we are an ant in the center of the colossal maze that they call the universe. I can see all the action going on among the stillness.

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
5 months

The only place in the Universe that we know - the tiny blue dot where life exits. The mortal life span we have is but an infinitesimal nano second of the timelessness of Light speeding through the universes of the unknown. And the blue dot is but a teeny tiny speck of grain against the infiniteness of the Creation. Lucky we are being part of this chosen nature paradise, God’s littlest gilded acre.

I had a feeling you’d like this one. Thanks Robert.

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
5 months

...life exists...

Vic
5 months

Psalm 8:
3 When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained;
4 What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him?

The grandeur of God's creation! And yet we are the only ones in His image.

Like Brod!

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
5 months

Thanks for liking Brod. I started thinking about the limited time left for us seniors here in Paradise Earth but it occurred to me that, as I had mused about it in my other poems,
we have in us our souls that will take us to uncharted universes of the Creation. Thus this reflection of what the Plan was and what it holds for us in the lifeafter.
That “limited time” surely will come back to me, to us for that matter.
Thanks again Brod. Enjoy life. Smile with Sim all the time.

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
5 months

@Vic: I see God in you as I see Him in me as we are created in His image guided by His “Will done on Earth as it is in Heaven.”

Vic
Vic
5 months

@Nelson: Sadly I haven't been as optimistic in outlook. I recently posted two poems. One, the "Grim Reaper" is morbid but reflects how I feel about the many departures that have happened in the last few months. The other "Burning Leaves" is nostalgic but with a touch of sadness and reeks of regrets. I'm finding it hard to write of happy things right now. Maybe it will pass. Or so I hope.

Vic
Vic
5 months

@Nelson: Brod, I just found out that Brod Benny Pataray is in this site also. So three of us now

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
5 months

@Vic: That’s great! I’ll look for him. I made an announcement not too long ago in TA Viber Chats about where we publish our work and encourage the Brods who write poetry and those inclined in anyway liking prose and poetry to publish as well in Poeticous. So undoubtedly he was interested but then again he probably was already using this site even before my message. Anyway thanks that he is here. More fun ahead!

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