Poem -

The Cosmos

The Cosmos

Wandering wandering
O' silent unspoken
Yondering yondering
Across oceans unbroken.
With the wisdom of sages,
Unattended since ages.
Breathing across
The smudgedΒ  darkness,
Seeing through
The blunt sharpness.
The shepherd of souls
It's been forever your regime,
Thou did art the,
Fabric of space-time.
What name do I give to you?
Where do you rest?
And while you were weaving,
What was your quest?
Flowing across
The symmetric disparity.
How do I absorb
Your omnipresent singularity?
Juggling between the stars,
Is your alluring hue.
If a part of you is me,
Then all of me is you.

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