A path in the far eternity–Friday Night Poetry Corner #217

The Helix Nebula is 700 light-years away from Earth, but screened before audience’s eyes in reconstructed 3D in Hidden Universe, released in IMAX® theatres and giant-screen cinemas around the globe and produced by the Australian production company December Media in association with Film Victoria, Swinburne University of Technology, MacGillivray Freeman Films and ESO. The original image was taken by ESO’s VISTA Telescope.



Good evening everyone and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner.  This evening I will feature one of my creations, a new joint that I wrote about an hour ago.  I will let you figure what this poem is about but it gives insight in my next coming book called “She is to be remembered.”  The name of the poem is called “A path in the far eternity.”  I hope you guys will like it and please feel free to share your thoughts on the meaning of such a piece.  Until next time—










A path in the far eternity



She awakens upon worlds,

The saint’s description of universal grace.


In thought it suggested,

Inspires wonders from her breast


Power in all is what embodied her mind,

Her core, risen, lifted to the heavens of forever


Her footprints left many marks, distinctions—

On space and time.


It was so everlasting, engulfed her spirit to transformation

Her spirit of insurgency

Birthing comets and intergalactic stars

Grooming meteors and asteroids

Residing in the nebula clouds of air.



-K.G. Bethlehem




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