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Worlds within worlds

Minuscule, microscopic


Invisible to the naked eye

But certainly not

Insignificant nor inconsiderable


Are there then


Worlds without worlds

Inestimable, colossal


Infinite beyond measure

And certainly

Enormously significant


©DGA 23 September 2011 08:59

Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people! I am back after a break. Thanks for still being here, if you are! Missed you! xxx

24 thoughts on “Worlds

  1. Yes, Denise. That’s a genuine doubt. Going by the big bang theory and a logical extrapolation of the idea, we may think that the universe is a system of Concentric Spheres, within each sphere containing localized cosmos and global chaos and global cosmos co-existing with localized chaos.


  2. haha i understand how you feel adee…though it is beautiful…i think science is in many ways….


  3. Don’t worry, Denise, for every drop of blood, sweat, and tears, you toil…there’s another you in the parallel…Sweating, bleeding, and crying too…

    Or, maybe NOT!!! lol
    God Bless
    I ponder the thoughts…


  4. I think NOT Paul, unless the other me is singing, dancing and having fun, lol! God bless you too.


  5. A ‘parallel universe’, so to speak.


  6. Worlds of meaning in this one, indeed!


  7. Even at the molecular level, our cells have intelligence.

    BTW: This reminds me of Horton Hears A Who (“a person’s a person no matter how small . . . “)


  8. Fantastic, Denise 🙂 Just a heads-up for a regular of Dad’s: he was rushed to casualty this morning and is in hospital: it’ll be a week or so before he starts blogging again.


    • Oh Kate, I’m so sorry. Hope he is better as you read this. I have him in my prayers. Please give him my love and best wishes for a speedy recovery. Thank you so much for letting me know. Please keep us posted.


      • Thanks Denise: better news late last night: they think it’s gall stones. Nasty and painful, perfectly operable. They sent him home to wait for a slot. The family has breathed out again 🙂


        • Yes, very painful I believe. My son had the surgery – now ‘keyhole’ and not nearly as awful as before where it used to leave this great long scar. Hope it can be done soon without a long drawn out waiting period. Thanks so much for letting us know. God bless you all.


    • I’m so sorry, Kate, my best wishes for a speedy recovery!


  9. It makes me go squint just trying to make sense of it all, adee!


  10. Yes indeed, Denise. Once one starts thinking about the biggest and the smallest, it is a very big and very small indeed!



  11. And additionally, Thanks to you, Denise, and to everyone for their prayers. I am home and the pain is now a mere shadow, treatable with pain killers.
    I am to be informed of an appointment to discuss surgery if I choose.



    • I’m so glad to see you home, abeit for a short while, John. Take your doctor’s advice – they know more than we do – and have your best interests at heart. 🙂


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