Poetic Interlude: Past Particle

A tale from the end of the Universe

The last particle
Torn asunder

Drifted farther

From anything
Before

Shredding

Silent

No companion
To share its dissipation

Not even consciousness
Remained to witness

Ultimate solitude

Preceded nothing


Inspired by this news story from August, 2015.

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2 responses to “Poetic Interlude: Past Particle

  1. At long last, some rest. Unless, of course, scientists happen to be wrong. Not that that ever happened.

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