‘The Reverie of Space’ By Julio Toro San Martin The Society December 9, 2013 Beauty, Poetry In darkness, in the mantling of the night, When Earth is calm, and troubling noises cease, I turn with wonder-looking eyes, to please My dulled senses, from the day’s untranquil sight: And first gaze upon heavens lesser light, The moon, who’s beams far into space, she shines; Next to the farther planets, who’s bright lines I trace in a trajectory of might; And over all holds the dominion of the stars, Numberless, in endless infinities of space, Old, perhaps their very being is a place, Untouched, of which we may not breach the bars; And farther still lie worlds on worlds to chase, And unknown caverns of eternity to trace! Featured Image: A photograph of the stars from Hawaii, Quincy Dein Photography. Related Post ‘Hope’ and Other Poetry by Neil Dachstadter Hope What task be done, you thought was not? What asked and sought, forgot, was wrought? What strain was set against a blow? As gain unfet... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.