Transendental

Updated on September 1, 2016
Was there a "Big Bang"?
Was there a "Big Bang"?

Every grain of starlight, its placement in this vast universe, a proportion,

A specific place, it does embrace, each its on niche, without distortion.

Atoms, the smallest, infinitesimal, in numbers, all a defined composition,

A perpetual mirrored capacity, a make-up, of all bodies, its proposition.

Time, as infinity?
Time, as infinity?

Time, without limits, a perceived beginning nor any end, as is infinity,

Uncommon in thought, as conceived, has no origin, or any possibility.

Every creation has a maker, each course, a beginning and of its end,

Human capacity to form a concept, relies upon history to comprehend.

Does comprehension have its limitations?
Does comprehension have its limitations?

Human introspection, of its totality, and of its inability to fully understand,

One beginning of all that is, every star in all the galaxies, without a plan.

The mind, its cognitive functioning, as a duel product, shared by a God,

In all of its simplicity, granted a beginning, implicitly, of this earthen sod.

Brighter minds, as stars. all blinking...
Brighter minds, as stars. all blinking...

Though we may be considered the epitome of brilliance, in consummate thinking,

Never to accept reality, despite our resilience, brighter minds, as stars, all blinking.

As matters of all creation, perpetuates so much innovation, in its joyful coronation.

Each species upon its planet of origin, benevolently bequeathed, an improvisation.

Bequeathed an inprovisation...
Bequeathed an inprovisation...

© 2016 whonunuwho

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      whonunuwho 15 months ago from United States

      Thank you my friend and blessings. whonu

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 15 months ago from Riga, Latvia

      Most awesome and beautiful poetry.