Sharad Jambhrunkar

Singularity - Poem by Sharad Jambhrunkar

In incessant rain
Loneliness bleeds through blackened sky
When mind gets cloudy clear
The solitude governs
And measures the truth of mass and matter
Amidst the grand design called universe
Time is curved back to big bang
The point of no return
When unbecoming of my being had just begun
Unjust begun
From singularity to solitude

In merciless macabre rain
Pointless pains and notional emotions are drained
I, the hollow, swallowed by spirals of space-time
Lay purposeless midst the grand design
Like an empty, wickedly bedecked coffin
Waiting for the victims of grand conspiracy called universe
To fill the vacuum
Nothingness is no empty
Space-time has dark energy
In the grand conspiracy called universe
What a curse! !

Friend, I am frightened
And cry the scared chants
The Sacred Chants
And place my eye high in the sky,
Hoping for heaven
To fly with fairy and mingle with angels
To see the light

There comes a ray on his way
In the grand mystery of ever expanding universe

Hey! Delight
I enchanted Sacred Chants just to meet you
Where are you coming from? Where are you going?
He smiles like a sage
Where am I coming from? Where am I going?
Listen, the beholder of anthropic principle!
It’s simple! !
It is billion year’s journey
I still hold brightness of a star
Of whom I am progeny
And remember what I said
The star might have been dead
What you see me today
Is thing of the past
Time is relative
And glint is dark
In the ever expanding universe
Distance is virtue, closeness is curse
Beholder of anthropic principle!
Note this again
boundless symmetry isn’t
to please your brain

He proceeds alone and fast
No future and no past
Smiling like a sage
A sage in the cage! !

In the insipid sunshine after the rain
Under infinite gravity of meaninglessness
In the ever expanding universe
I contract to the beginning
And collapse in my own shadow
Where time is frozen, space is darkened
Pleasure and pain
Feeling and emotion
All get one
A singularity
A perfect black hole which does not radiate even tears
Cheers! !

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, June 10, 2011

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