( Poem About The Universe)
The broad universal plane, universe within a universe,
Meteors roaring through blackest space, then disperse.
Spectrum of brightest stars and planets, so scattered,
Each fantastic event, there with a reason, has mattered.
Every star, its entourage of planets, their revolving moons,
As speckled as the sandy beaches, the colorful sandy dunes.
Making up the beautiful kaleidoscope spanning the skies,
Mankind, his single footprint on the beach, not so, defies.
Peopling all the planets in its own solar system in the end,
After on star’s family is included, many more soon begin.
What difference then, if human kind to perish or succeed,
Only trillions of star worlds then are left to search, indeed.
One grain of sand on a beach, but a blinking of an eye in time,
Mankind, one seed in the garden of life, a reason in the rhyme.
Such a beauty found in the grand universe, does all so mystify,
As our heavenly Father intended it to be, all along, by and by.
by D.E. Rodgers
(Written -May 2019 © All Rights Reserved)