Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,
Are you a star or an Illusion Bizarre ?

Large clouds filled with cold Gas,
Like a being wandering Aimless,
Seeking to outgrow its own Mass,
Shall I strive to be better than Nameless ?

Fighting against tension and Compression,
Ignorant towards the power of Energies,
Persistent to hold on to every Possession,
Can my purpose transcend my Memories ?

Collapsing against gravity kindling a fire Within,
A fusion separating the sky from Darkness,
Awakening of consciousness must Begin,
Rousing wisdom from its Inertness.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,
Nothing can shine without a Scar.

Stars are simply balls of very hot gas (plasma) formed due to the gravitational collapse of large clouds of cold gas. The tremendous compression of this cold gas causes it to heat up and transform into plasma, causing a nuclear fusion to generate light.

In our lives we face tremendous pressures and various obstacles that shape our lives. Let’s not surrender to these hurdles, but instead accept them with grace in order to continue exceeding our own limitations.

It takes tremendous heat to illuminate a star.

How much heat do you have within you to illuminate your life ?

Carpe Diem!


11 thoughts on “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

  1. Anonymous

    Your poems are true reflection of what we are and what we feel . But it’s hard to put them into right words and express ourselves which you do it so easily helping each of us to combat with our little hurdles and setbacks . Life is not easy but when your words reaches our mind and heart it seems to be full of surprises and endeavours . You are truly gem of a person thank you for beautiful poems and heart touching articles πŸ€—


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