Once Upon A Star   4 comments

An artist's impression of Sirius A and Sirius ...

When once I glanced upon a star aglow in all it’s glory,

I chanced to wonder just how far its light had traveled nearly.


And does it have a limit to how long its glow will tarry?

Or can it burn forever bright as far as light will carry?


If once it shudders and collapses is it because it’s weary?

Or can a star, rebellious, find past limits cost most dearly?


What is a black hole made of? Is it matter, anti-matter?

Or is a star intelligent, or mad as the Mad Hatter?


Once collapsed but previously, a star, so shining brightly.

Was it once an added upon of souls that traveled rightly?


Can I but dwell in righteousness, will I journey so directly?

Or maybe stop one step away, dwell first as planet, earthy.


When star was sun, did it by chance deny its truest maker?

And as result, get cast away, to operate as faker?


Did it refuse to operate as light source for creation?

Or was there something else that stopped its brilliant conflagration?


Did it swell with pride, its limit reach, strained to go much further,

and thus, collapse into itself, from reaching too much over.


Like Lucifer who shone so bright, and fostered insurrection,

did it try to take on too much power and end its sussuration?


© Ellen M Story and EMariaEnterprises, LLC 2012

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