Onuora ilodibe


Celestial Bloom - Poem by Onuora ilodibe

Search the phoebes moon
Stride across two moons
Constellation of polar stars
Circumvent the ring of Saturn
Astronauts invading Orbits
Quasi-meteors
Asteroids echelons
The Universe a cosmic limbo
To common men life Is all that matters
Providence family food and water
Can't look past the skies
Blinded by the sun spot
Confined in deep thoughts
As the big band expands. Forest of question mark expounds
Into vast intrinsic dimensions The further they go they lose direction
Fronts Occluded
Greenhouse affected
Depleting ozone layers
At Copenhagen we say our prayers
For celestial interference
From impending doom
Extreme events intermittent
Flash floods and tornadoes
Cyclones and el-ninos
From Southern Pacific
Hunger erodes the tropics
Striving to approach the summit

Answers elude the erudite
Unidentified flying objects
Space probe churns budget
Explore ores for Precious objects
Flurry droplets of icy-pellets
Avalanches slides iffy-hubris
Totally dissolves In-situ existences
Nothingness was there from onset Poison ink triggered the mind set
What tomorrow brings
Today proposed the prospects
When temperature rise pressure drops
Flows with the tide as my mood swings
Centered around the solar plexus
Luminous candescence annex conscience
Million light years Potpourri of knowledge
Unspoken mantra echo in my subconscious
CELESTIAL BLOOM! ! !
CELESTIAL BLOOM

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

Form: Free Verse


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 25, 2016

Poem Edited: Sunday, June 12, 2016


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