Marshall Gass


[ And God said: Let there be light! ] Poem by Marshall Gass


The light was eternal
several trillion big bangs away
backed up by several other trillions before
the light has travelled to its current hubble
announcing itself in fragments of time travel

yet the words in genesis struggle to
contain these questions in its complexity
born in a blackhole the signature remains on the rim
while the density dissolves internally-forever.

walking through wormholes
is of course possible. One has to
create one and stitch the two together
to create the footpath that will
bend forward and connect through your own mind
into an ecstasy created in a vortex of time
too complex to understand.

mind is matter, no two ways about it.
raptured in space-time mind is collectively
the entire universe embedded in each living thing.

The Creator as defined in Genesis will only give
you
enough Mind to understand the immeasurable
Mind that he himself controls.
You have a minuscule fragment of this power.

Author Notes

Philosophy. Alpha and Omega.
© Marshall Gass. All rights reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Topic of this poem: metaphor


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