Bob McBobson


Stardust


When I see the stardust
All I see is beauty
When I see the stardust
All I see is serenity

When I see the colors
So perfectly aligned
It reminds me of a little blue marble
Inwardly crystalline

I know that it is special
It reminds me of home
As I gaze through the cosmos
Through which I roam

When I see the stardust
I see it's beauty
But more importantly so
I know there is hope

Because space can be lonely
With no hints of life
Scattered by stardust
Remnants of cosmic strife

But it does more than destroy
Stardust can heal
It is inside all of us
It is the hope that I feel

Submitted: Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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