Echoes in space

I hear nothing but echoes

In the black, ebony spacial void,

I am it appears so alone

In this infinite canvas of stars,

No matter whether near or far

The echoes remain here all the same,

But then images then come into frames

Different planets and galaxies,

A host of moons surrounding me

Then a light omitting quasar beckons me to see,

The secrets and it’s mysteries

And as I approach it’s light embraces me,

And pulls me down into a hole

Filled with colour that like water flows,

And takes me to other multidimensional realms

Where beauty in abundance resides,

I see an amazing vista before my eyes

Of colours so pristine of reds and blues and greens,

And I see wonders in front of me

Like a true paradise scene,

Of blue mountains and green rivers

Of purple skies and red trees,

A rainbow kaleidoscopic dream

Laid out here to welcome me,

To a new home totally free

With the promise of no longer being lonely,

And the echoes now have gone and left me.

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Published by fauxcroft

spiritually aware and compassionate. Experiencing being human through my conscious reality in an illusory world.

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