I’m in the blood, running through your veins,
Taken for granted, but there just the same,
The fabric that holds all things together,
From the genesis of our cosmos, I came.
Without me the world, would fall to pieces
Universe itself, could provide no life,
An invisible framework, underpinning nature,
I’m the cutting edge, on a surgical knife.
Molecular structure, you might be thinking,
But the smallest atoms, are a universe to me,
Even quarks, bosons, and leptons, I inhabit
An unknown quantity, a form of singularity.
I’m Creator of all, and master of none,
Gave existence, and then let you reign free,
How else could I confound, intelligent beings,
Without this barrier, you’d try control me.
So we have to stay apart, yet bound together,
Whatever I am, a God, Big Bang, or eternity,
Take some comfort, and reason in the truth,
I’m here I’m everywhere,
through your eyes, I see!
Copyright © David Kavanagh | Year Posted 2020
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