The Sky Glass Leviathan

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Memoir  |  House: Booksie Classic

Just thoughts on my life and how I perceive things.

How many times has my childhood mind sat up in bed staring into the darkness of night. Gazing long until my eyes adjusted to the millions of faint sparkles there in the sky. Watching with intent and solitude the beautiful summer stars twinkle in the vast deep embrace of a violent universe. Coldly I’d look on under my blanket at the panorama of gods mind. It all unfolds there. If you have a mind to see it and you can push past the limited ego of man and understand the graceless asymmetry of it all you can pick it’s lock and take its secrets. I never paid it any mind. Like it was a spectacle fashioned for my delight alone. I never knew or absolved it’s mystery and I squandered it in my youth with nary a discerning thought. But now I can read it’s movements in the dark. I can feel it’s current in my life, like a tsunami pulling from the shore, it’s force immeasurable. The universe is a huge ocean of all the emotion we let die in our lives. It builds like ethereal green house gases charging to change the thing it hopes to hold constant. It’s sea of endless thought and wonder rocking back and forth on the great big empty. And I am a leviathan caught in its current and the stars are mere fireflies guiding my way to the land of fog and mist.


Submitted: March 12, 2021

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