The Sun Comes up and Witnesses What Comes Around
Funny to know that whatever we do and don't, will be witnessed by that energy of life. We can go back and see the pictures from our family and even from history itself, and still see shadows and days that passed us by. Today we felt inspired to write about the sun and its complex activity in our lives. What will happen when it becomes extinct?
Every year, or every six months, we reinvent the wheel with technology and advancements. From Menlo Park and Edison, to the launching pad at Cape Canaveral; all along the sun came up and witnessed our misery and redemption without saying a word.
From paleolithic George to fascist Mussolini, the sun was there to stare at our flaws and deepest hopes. What is behind all these? Inspiration came today with so many words, and before it went away, we grabbed our virtual quill and wrote down primal feelings without even knowing how this hub is going to end. We know we do not live forever, but recklessly commit inhuman acts in the name of progress... thinking we will wake up in a new life or probably after some freaking cryogenic miracle in a future reality show. Here we go...!
Enjoy It with Our Favorite Melody...!
Energy of Life
First day of our lives, we see its light
second day of our lives, we see it shine
third day of our lives, we feel its energy through mom's voice
Fourth day of our lives, our food is fed with that song and rejoice
Science says is half way done
4.567 billions of this yellow dwarf
But there is more than energy and giant explosions
There is more than that feeling of closure and redemption
There is more than just solar flares and magnetic fields
there is life for the mean people and the weak that stares still
The Sun will rise for the wicked and the poor
won't judge anyone until you realize it will be waiting for you at its core
Human and imperfect, we know we will end our lives
even so, we will never change our unique state of mind
the Sun is there for a reason, not ready to commit unfathomed treason
Milky way shall carry away our dreams with no apparent reason
A billion year break...for us to think...
Scientifically thinking that hydrogen will turn into helium
the Sun is more than those billion of years of disorderly pandemonium
half way done and slowly swallowing our hopes into stellar dreams
the Sun just gave us one billion years of its time for us to think...
For us to put it together, change our ways or become extinct
be just like we were supposed to be within our own means
Not being close enough to understand
the reason of those solar rings
the Sun and its powerful mantra of heat,
encapsulating life from beginning to end
From our minds came these thoughts
which was just fed with an early piece of corn
deep behind all existence, our Sun kept us going to the very end
now is time for a hot coffee, and finally put away this pen
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