Blue solitude

Do you know why I don’t like the outter space? Of course, you don’t! 

You all are mesmerised by the fireworks the galaxies are playing for our eyes

Where you see a party I only see solitude

I even feel the taste in my mouth

Bitter and dusty

Big swirls of fire

Giants of gas

Huge rocks spinning in gravitational slavery

Under a blanket of infinite recluse 

Do you imagine the level of sound involved in these collisions

Cause after all, universe is all about collisions and fireworks, dark matter, electromagnetic waves and black holes

But our lives are too

We all swim in our seas of loneliness

Waiting an interaction of some kind to happen 
Back to the curtains of decibels exhaled by the universe

The flash of electromagnetic waves that undulate the space towards our blue beany planet

Only makes it even more acute

The feeling of loneliness and inutility

But why should I trouble you with that

Enjoy your fireworks, folks! 

8 thoughts on “Blue solitude

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    Ennui has never been this epic.
    This particular piece put me instantly in mind of Douglas Adams’ classic “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”.
    Especially one of its iconic characters,Marvin the Paranoid Android whose catchphrase is “Life? Don’t talk to me about life”.


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