A Stone

Poem By kendall thomas

Once upon a time
A stone was flung across a universe
By a mindless hand

Past rainbow-colored stars
Through a cold and infinite span

Caught on the other side
Flung back the stone
Another mindless hand

Comments about A Stone

Loved this... I read somewhere that we are all made from the dust of exploding stars... Colin J..
very interesting write, as if the gods were playing catch with the universe

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