Misilla de la Llana

Rookie (04/01/1976 / Philippines)

Void Above - Poem by Misilla de la Llana

Infinite helix of galaxies,
Wither heavenly bodies illuminate,
And solar storm rallies Aurora Borelis,
Upon cerulean paradise, iridescence dissipate.

Nebulous stardust amidst the azure gleam,
Afore their fate, by billions of years,
Whilst planetoid’s belt reflect ultra violet beams,
As they orbit Mercury’s atmosphere.

Wondrous totality in thy universe,
Beyond The Three Marys shineth,
As prominent star Sirius,
Serenades our peaceful planet.

Lunar eclipse unveils obscurity,
Whence rays of our yellow star spanned,
As new moon’s magnetic force of gravity,
Channel tidal waves to land.

From what came about Super Nova’s blast?
That created the void above?
Perhaps the birth of vitality, at last!
Thus, eternal celestial world thereof.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, December 13, 2010


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