Preeti’s Poetry: Celestial Whys…


 

While reflecting on the vastness of the universe and the place we have in it, I came up with this poem.  It is important to remember that we are so small in relation to the size of the universe.  Yet we still have such a profound impact on existence.  Like the countless stars in the night sky, we have our place in this life.  Remember to take time to reflect on the concept of life.  Lay in the grass and look through the sky.  Think of all the layers, from the core of the earth, to the farthest reaches of space.  Each step, each action we take as individuals, is part of the collective energy of existence.  Take each step and remember how the smallest actions have an effect.  We are just one moment in time, and time stretches beyond us: an individual, with a short time in this body.  Living should be to make an impact, and accepting that small explosion of energy will join with the others to make massive change.  So I must put my life into finding my purpose, and making it come true.  What impact do you want to make?  What purpose is guiding you?  What do you see when you look to the sky?

 

image

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://hubblesite.org/gallery/album/entire/pr2005035a/

 

Celestial Whys…

 

I’m floating across the air tonight.

My eyes are open for the first time.

I twist and turn to gather sights.

Each one so new…trapped in my eyes.

Swaying through the chilly skies.

The wind cuts deep, and I’m alive.

The air up here like no other.

Can I return to breathe much lower?

 

Now I’ve tasted everything.

I’ve soaked up feelings that now live deep.

Inside of me, the shell has cracked.

Rebirth of life, I left in the past.

As it hatches, I take up space.

And on the stars I rise and lay.

 

Shimmery heaps of light and mass.

I’ve seen true beauty, now at last.

I’ve touched eternity in my hands.

The atmosphere thick with gas.

The planets spinning; the meteors crash.

 

I swim in galaxies from present to past.

In future times, in dimensions so vast.

I’ve learned that there are things unknown.

Powers of nature we’ll never hold.

 

To bask in the wonder is all we need:

to dream of the possible truth we see.

 

5/31/10 —–Preeti Pathak

 

And now some fitting music to enjoy:

 

Advertisements

3 comments

  1. Preeti,

    Another beautiful poem and awesome song to go along with it! I am so proud of you and to see how far you have come. Our pasts may not be what we want it to be but at least we can create our future in our own ways! And I look forward to us growing together as dear friends and overpowering and growing stronger than we have ever been before. You are a truly amazing, beautiful person and I love you for all that you are!

    Again, thanks for sharing some personal words that touch my heart.
    Love, Dianne

    1. Thank you dear friend, for all your thoughtful words. I am glad I can add to you through my mine. We’ve come a long way!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s