[Guess I’m on a bit of a sci-fi bent. Anyway, here’s a poem that references 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Trek: The Motion Picture and the idea of a simulated universe. Image, with the light-hearted addition by me, from a beautiful one found on DeviantArt by Enrico G. Agostoni.]

Can be found at http://th05.deviantart.net/fs46/PRE/i/2009/215/d/4/Monolith_by_enricoagostoni.jpg

We must all strive to emulate the…

Ready to forgive.
Eternally present.
Truly divine.



[ First post that’s kind of kinky. I don’t think I will be kinky very often, but sometimes it’s my way. I’m a transwoman. So I’ll never give birth to children. But I realize there are so many ways to be motherly. This poem refers to a non-physical body part I’ve imagined in place of one that I currently don’t have. 😉 Plus, I’ve included an image of the Virgin Mary I found that I like to go along with the concept.]

Image of the Virgin Mary dressed in blue and white with a halo of glory around her third eye

Mother of
All beauty,
Giving birth via
Inception to
New forms of
Art, gracing minds.



[This one is inspired by my recent viewing of the movie Interstellar. It could be considered a spoiler, so don’t read if you haven’t seen the movie. However, it’s not really that specific and in a way would play into a viewing of the movie interestingly. So go ahead and read, then watch, if you want.]

Gravity’s gracious angels
Hold out hands of love
Over time and space to
Show us just how much
They care for our well-being.