In Saturn’s Patient Shadow

Posted on October 14, 2016

 

 

In Saturn’s patient shadow
Shielded from the Sun’s glare
I lingered for a while
Mischievously,
Reflecting on the sunlit byways
As yet, untraveled
Where Man, one day
May gingerly,
Set foot.

Soaking in the Rings
And saturated in immensity
I’m delighted to see
And hear, and sense
The Great Cosmic Kindness
A latent, hidden Force
Uplifting and yet sobering
That calls us tiny souls
To ponder, in amazement
The Greatest Gift ever conceived.
The Universe. Abundant.

I hope my simple, roaming mind
Reaching out, like a youngster
Madly excited
Skipping along
Will never cease

To wonder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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