October 4, 2016

A Poem by Joseph K. Wells: "Eternity"

Joseph K. Wells is a businessman, doctor of occupational therapy, part-time professor and a few wannabes from time to time. Poetry allows him to be whatever and whoever he wants to be. His physical form lives in Toledo, Ohio. A selection of his works is posted on https://paperonweb.wordpress.com.



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Eternity

I wish
someday
you’d de-orbit,
zip unrestrained,
cross universes,
enter my lost world
to collide with me,
while all watch
in shock or in awe
as we explode
and turn to dust
of fire,
annihilating
into one matter
or then non-matter
and then we quickly
vanish the eye
eternally, sucked in by
a giant black hole,
every ion of us,
every fermion of us,
every boson of us,
never to escape,
inseparable
at last,
forever.


~Joseph K. Wells




3 comments:

  1. I enjoyed this poem very much tonight.
    Your imagination explodes on the page! Thanks. Lynda Lambert

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    1. While browsing, I cam across this poem today.
      It's just a great as I thought it was a year ago.
      Lynda

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  2. Thanks, Lynda. Truly appreciate your kind words.

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