Could the universe come to the end of its night, and wake up to its morning to show us the light?A Changing Universe
With the limited evidence we’re able to use,
looking back on existence I’m inclined to conclude
that the balance of energy emitted to date
has been stacked in the favour of masculine weight.
There’s been death and destruction on our planet alone,
as the race to be Alpha and to get to the throne
has resulted in brashness and violence succeeding
while the more empathetic have ended up bleeding.
In our species the men were the ones who would hunt,
using violence and killing to sort out the lunch,
while the women went out and collected the berries,
more at one with the nature that kept us so steady.
Like the sun when it sets on one side of our world,
and its light on the other side starts to unfurl,
a new set of ideas and energy wakes,
and can try to absorb all the others mistakes.
In a similar way to our earth and our sun,
where the balance might change once the daytime is done,
could the universe come to the end of its night,
and wake up to its morning to show us the light?
If a feminine universe is what we would see,
mother-nature prevailing with all her beauty,
where the things we all needed were shared hand in hand
with no killing between us or destroying the land,
would it really be possible for this to sustain,
or would the light from the day be too bright for our brains?
Would we wither and burn in the heat of this summer,
or finally learn how to love one another?
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Adam Millett is a freelance writer for hire with an affinity for dressing up as Spiderman and writing about saving the planet. He likes to climb trees and stare at the stars in his spare time and likes to help businesses tell their sustainability stories while he’s working. Visit his website at wordchameleon.com if you want to tell the world yours.