Poems: The One ‘n’ Long Stretch

By: Denny E. Marshall


The One

Launching a telescope into space
At the beginning of the millennium
Its lens can see different waves
Our own eyes cannot see
Besides recording change in temperature
Measured in millionth of degree
The data told the age of universe
Thirteen point seven billion years old
Suppose that could be true
Although would have to assume
In all this endless space
There was only one big bang
Long Stretch

Across cold dark universe
Small warm spots of planets hide
In webs of dark gravity
Race in loop symmetric ride
Pulling outward strings and worms
Until galaxies collide
A million moons will follow
Too wash away the high tide


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