Supernova

February 7, 2011
The stars burst into existence
The fire inside burned bright
Casting a glowing light
All around with no resistance

It scattered across the cosmos
Into vast expanses of nothingness
The cloaking black was emptiness
The core of icy pathos

The beacon of light were far away
Swirling energy like an orb
Suns disappear, no heat absorbed
It was endless night, and no more day

Far in the distance lay a sphere
Of great red energy and might
A shining flare of light
Nearest life in a light year

Gravity pulled the star in
They tangoed in the dark
Their light an awaking lark
But all things must have an end

Black holes and cosmic power
Swallowed up the endless illumination
It fell into despair, breaking gravity’s fixation
The lonely star watched the last Meteor shower

Until the supernova came
And the universe was never the same





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Beachgirl1 said...
Apr. 7, 2011 at 9:46 pm
omg, this poem, is amazing! it makes u think, and it is described beautifully, bravo!
 
WithPenAndScript replied...
Jun. 23, 2011 at 5:25 pm
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, it means teh world to me. I'm so glad you like it<3
 
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