A MARVEL #poetry by jay

I saw a fireball fall
from the sky 
in slow motion 

above treetops 
hovering like a headlight 
on a motorbike 

stuck on brights mode 
zoomed real close
then fizzled out 

in a black ashen stream
of thin air—
poof gone into nothingness! 

Not there.

That’s when it became
real clear 
I just witnessed a ball of light 
falling/ in control/ it seemed—

A falling star
by hands unseen—

a meteor ship sent 
from a distant galaxy 
of our outermost stream
of consciousness.

A marvel jetted 
through our atmosphere 
like Thor raging down 
from heaven’s door.

©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

Photo by Mindaugas Vitkus on Unsplash

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