My mind and the universe expand:
looking back down the telescope of life, I see
my younger self,
a tiny planet,
lost in the cosmos,
to what the future holds for me.
I see myself waving,
afraid of drowning
in a sea of stars,
trapped in a moment
long before I grasped what infinity meant.
Kim M. Russell, 30th March 2019
My response to Imaginary Garden with Real Toads Physics with Björn: Cosmology and Expanding Horizons, also linked to Poets United Poetry Pantry
This weekend Björn tells us about Hubble, cosmology and the Big Bang Theory, and asks us to ponder the cosmos, the theories of origin and horizon. He says that the prompt is wide open when it comes to form and length.