stared deep into the depths of space,
thinking to itself..
there I be,
But for God’s Grace..
A lonely rock,
Scattered ‘pon darkened shore,
blasted poor and puny..with no life..
And no recourse.
But no..By the by,
I am life upon a planet,
Of green, of air..
Animals and granite..
I am but a breath of life,
Measured in years,
With all its woes..
All its tears.
Yet in between my birth and grave,
A search for knowledge is what we crave…
And while we search,
Search from out our dearth,
We dwell upon this tiny Earth,
Finding beauty in its crevasses..
Brightest colors pleasing masses.
And slowly, slowly, we make this dirt..
Into ashes as with fate we flirt..
We turn our eyes up to the stars,
Wishing, hoping our way past Mars…But,
Until the time that time does come
when finally we can leave
upon a rocketship reprieve;
I’l stare deep out to darkest space..
In fascination of God’s grace!
CLIMATE CHANGE IS NOT A HOAX!