Scott Bean


Worlds


Two worlds gravity in constant flux
Sometimes pushing sometimes pulling
When they are close life is abundant
Both worlds flourish
When the polarity changes
The push away begins
Cataclysm occurs
Life is snuffed out
Further and further away
The worlds do part
Dust balls where life once was
The change happens again
The worlds make their journey back together
Soon life springs forth once more
Much stronger than before
A heartier life filled with spirit and wonder
The sense of closeness is again upon them
Life has taken over the worlds
With beautiful colors and shining skies
Time had come for another change
A great comet came at just the right time
It sent the worlds into a spin
The worlds shook and erupted
Great tidal waves they came
They washed away the Worlds' hurts and pains
As all subsided and the spin start to slow
Both worlds stopped pushing and continued to pull
Life grew anew and all was in balance
Nothing could challenge their harmony
A universe amongst themselves
In a sea of shining stars

Submitted: Sunday, March 23, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

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I wrote this for my best friend. She lights my world with her smile.

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