Cheryl Butler

Rookie - 81 Points (07/26/1970 / queens ny)

The Clay And The Stardust part two


The Clay and The Stardust (part 2)

In the first Galaxy,
In the third,
Solar System, On the third planet.
The Ultimate Guardian of all Galaxies,
was busy pottering on a Queen of another Galaxy>
She fell through,
time and space Continuum.

He whisked her away from,
her home planet for her safety.
He had made a creature just before,
and animals to inhabit the lands of this planet.
The creature he had made had power,
over the other creatures,
but the one creature,
called man,
was made domain
and could stand upright,
and think intellectually,
like the other beings,
in all other galaxies,

It was younger,
than the Queen,
and most,
of the other,
beings of all other galaxies.
It was squatting down,
over next to the queen,
as The Ultimate Guardian,
worked to mold her,
and bring her life,

.Man marveled at this because,
The Ultimate Guardian was,
invisible so he can see her
being put back together by,
invisible hands,
and hearing an invisible voice.
He was in awe, of The Ultimate Guardian.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Topic of this poem: fantasy

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