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Nebula

by Corrin Harris about a year ago in surreal poetry
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A poem

Nebula
Photo by Aldebaran S on Unsplash

Drifting in a vast expanse,

watchful from a far.

Your auxiliary countenance,

is a prelude to a star.

Ultraviolet light radiates,

pink and blue-green hues.

Golden specks that ruminate,

a protoplanetary view.

By NASA on Unsplash

Can you be the bearer of my pain?

An interstellar listener.

Until my heart can heal again;

my secret spiritual sister.

An ancestral eye, there to bear

witness, without complaint.

Prepared to ensnare a prayer;

in silent grace you wait.

By Shot by Cerqueira on Unsplash

You are a gateway to creation,

where many a soul has rested.

A patient observer of all nations;

Great Spirit manifested.

Should I die before your eyes,

and unaware I roam,

or fragmented should I hide;

please guide me gently home.

surreal poetry

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Corrin Harris

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