Stars In The Sky - Poem by Randy Hogan
Looking to the heavens and wondering why.
Longing, yearning, and wondering why.
The heavens are so vast,
from a singularity with an infinite point of power and energy.
A seed of pure energy set forth by our god's loving hands.
He blew on it, and released life,
at speed of light.
For there was no gravity to hold it back.
Releasing all the force of life,
expanding, twirling, whirling, just trying to become one.
Hydrogen now has gravity for it to form.
Tighter and tighter until a star is born,
to kiss the darkness with light and life giving warmth.
But God is not done.
Pulling and tugging until two stars become one.
Expanding, exploding until all mass and matter is released.
The super nova, releasing moons, planets, and all of the Galaxy.
But, still they are one, for then the sun gives up its mass, energy, and the elements to start our new lives.
But they are not done.
Quasars, Blazars, black holes, and neutron stars
growing bigger and bigger,
until all forces are one singularity, an infinite point.
Then the chain starts over again.
So, when you look to the heavens and wonder why,
don't think of the very large.
For the heavens are really small,
for we all fit in the loving FATHER'S hands.
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