Gobbled The Sun


Gobbled The Sun 

I gobbled up the,
sun; to swallow down fear –
entrails erupted;
cataclysmic darkness pierced,
then, validity became …

Shine on, said Darkness,
as it twisted transparently,
Shout out, said the Sun,
as I drank its liquidy truth –
the Golden Ratio,
spiraled infinite stairs,
and on that mourn;
I remembered my name

I watched it unfurl;
into a sunspot’s pool,
I gulped –
absorbed the mirror of the Moon,
blared into a satellite of my own,
covered in craters,
along with quintessential undoings;
eating my way to supernovic,
supersonic, echotonic vibrations
blasting my fears into purposeful –

hiding within the chambers –
between my chest,
roping to the walls;
deep inside my mind
waiting to consume the sun,
escalating rebellion;
explode fears!
(that) shriek against the skull –
leaving scars with tattered stitches …
a revolt!
boiled away confuting pathways;
I devoured it all, imploding –
galactic taste buds,
exploring a mind shift


About mindretrofit8

Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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10 Responses to Gobbled The Sun

  1. luggagelady says:

    Bravo! Utterly fantastic…Thank YOU! 😍

  2. MuseWriter says:

    this is written very well. i enjoyed reading it!

  3. Ajaytao2010 says:

    Beautiful Poem aboslutely beautiful

    • Thank you Ajaytao2010!

      • Ajaytao2010 says:

        you poetry is exceptional I had to refer to the dictionary for some words as I am not so literary, but I do have a sense of poetry as I write in my own language

        I feel you are among the best of poets on the blogosphere

        I have written a few on my blog in the category “Ajaytao wrote” although the language is not upto to any standards on the literary sense but I would like you to refer to them in your free time please

        thank you please bear with my language

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