The Intersection of Infinity


Caught at the intersection of infinity
Earth’s conception began
“Without form and void”
Matter brought forth // our Earth is formed
At the intersection of infinity
Time as we know it began ticking
Capturing eternity in a fragile snow globe
Still being shaken from time to time
At intersection of infinity we appeared
Formed, created, or evolved we are here
Birthed by an intercourse in time
Just as every living thing that followed
Was born…

At the intersection of infinity… Love was born!

Art work: Mark Garlick   –  Angel Messages ~ Penetrate Polarity    –

Amaya at d’Verse asked us to look at birth as our prompt and write a poem incorporating some aspect of the word. I have been mulling this one around for a while and this seemed to be a good time to put it in words.

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21 thoughts on “The Intersection of Infinity

  1. The repetition is so effective in reminding us that much of what happens in nature and what we experience has happened before. I love the idea of ‘Capturing eternity in a fragile snow globe
    Still being shaken from time to time’.

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  2. I really like your repeated theme, “intersection of infinity”…the cosmos can only be traced back to infinity (which I believe is a personal Being). Written differently than your usual style , I think 🙂


  3. Indeed, Dwight. Your poem relates just about everything I was trying to say years ago when spiritual awakening was first taking form in myself and I felt this cosmic life in my whole being and felt I was going to burst. True evangelism. I used an email back then, eternal orgasm at gmail or something like that. But most thought I was just into lust and sex. No, my fellow aliens: the never-ending birth of Love!

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    • How interesting! Thank you so much for sharing this with us. It is interesting how an insight can be triggered, that changes how we look at everything! It is really interesting go let your mind wonder/wander into places most don’t go!


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