Sanjeev Kumar

Rookie (Jamshedpur, India)

A Cosmic Event


Life’s a cosmic event,
Whether you accept it or not,
Ask for more evidences, see
And then negate just for sake,
Ours is not the unique existence,
In the universes that have spanned,
The highly unknown space-time continuum.
It has come many, many times
So numerous that one forgets the,
Counts, that too in many places,
Where one wonders and wanders,
Few places so near as to be of penetrable,
Distances that you can even hold your,
Beautiful hand and place it on a chaotic,
Heart that thinks unlike the brain, or
Maybe of places closed for us by highly,
Impenetrable distances, probably
Never to be crossed even with a signal,
Right into the far-off bubbled out galaxies,
And the retreating time universes that seem,
To siphon off energy every now and then from,
The funnels that create, destroy, and recreate,
The life’s ever understanding cosmic probabilities.

Submitted: Sunday, July 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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