There’s a great wink from eternity
That tells us with unfettered honesty
That what we thought is important
Isn’t important, that meaning is greater
That the plans we made years ago!
Her vast moonward curves and starlit poise
Points us to the future with wrapt inflections
Of our love moving through time
Till the ends of history, lovers, descendants
How all these hours turn, squandered
And how time herself is the cleavage
Of the unseen, felicitous, imaginary
An unanswered vortex of probabilities
A quantum spendthrift gaze towards paradise
And if it gives us hope, it is because
We seek infinity, knowledge, beauty
The limits of what we can become
And now how we are resigned to do it
With technology, algorithms, stem cells
Cloning, 3D-printing, digital superscription
Priests of artificial intelligence, fusion
And all that is the farewell of one age to another
The bookshops close, the manufacturing is leased to robotics
And we are left on the brink of last fantasies
Changes that can rock how stars kiss other stars
A spectrum of mutability where we visit dimensions
We created just to give meaning to our lives.
You never cease to amaze me!
I really like this. My favorite is the last line. Great job!
Thanks a lot for your comment!