I imagine a day 13.9 billion years ago
That doesn't exist;
A day without an yesterday,
It was the time
When you were me
And me you...
Bang went the universe!
In a supposedly inflatory multiverse,
And I visualize the four forces
conspiring plots to pull us away,
Vying to grab you as their own...
I picture the cosmic background radiation smirking,
as space expands further and further between us...
Dark energy must have stolen you long back,
Dark matter could have had an eye for you,
But the cosmos, in its patient way, brought you,
Even as Black holes sneaked about to get a chance...
From a galaxy afar,
Light years far,
I knew your presence even then,
That we shall unite again when,
Space-time curves a path of stellar reunion,
With Bosons shying to join us in communion...
In this ultra small speck of consciousness,
I cherish our 100 years,
Tick by Tick,
Till entropy challenges to break us again...
I wonder from where you came...
And the cosmos quipped,
She is from Andromeda! ! !
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem