Converging With Galaxies


Converging With Galaxies 



the warm

heart of a

galaxy; it spit

me out, declaring there is more –




verse leaped through

facets; dimensions

pulled my strings to and fro, one foot




rings, one foot

drifting on a white

dwarf star, whirling Infinity


A whimsical play with Fibonacci poem. I love numbers and I love to count syllables I find it calming and stimulating at the same time! Woot! I am partaking in OpenLinkNight on dVerse.

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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15 Responses to Converging With Galaxies

  1. Rhonda says:

    Love it. And awesome to see you there Angel!

  2. brian miller says:

    ha…fanciful…nice energy too…one foot int eh ring and the other zooming on with a dwarf star…cool

    • Thank you Brian! I do spend much of my time with one foot in our galaxy and the other foot wandering on various stars in other galaxies. (or searching for them.) 🙂

  3. Marcela Cava Balsa says:

    Nice work!

  4. Nice poem! Awesome inner space of mindretrofit. That swirls when one says it. 🙂

  5. claudia says:

    somehow i like the thought that it sometimes needs a galaxy to spit us out so we can discover even more…nice…

  6. Love the drama of the image of one foot stuck in Saturn’s rings. Intriguing poem.

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