Blue Star Souls …
So very long ago and so far away,
Whereupon the bright blue star,
We loved and lived many life times in peace,
In my soul memories still are
Deep within, where abides hope for my lost love,
To find him whether near or far.
Life on the blue star was one of peace,
Of living only in love,
A way of life not known in this world today,
We loved all beauty above,
Beauty for us was everything in our world,
Nature’s gifts, all thereof.
This was the only way of life we knew,
On our blue star long ago,
We were all the same in Creator’s eyes,
All things, every living soul,
We loved true and were loved wholly,
And lived in peace without woe,
We knew not hatred and warring ways,
The people on this Earth know.
The Mother made all in nature beautiful,
All life was in harmony,
Yes! – Balance with all things, all within love.
Then we began wondering,
Is this all there is in life, is there more,
Are there other things we need to see?
Wandering minds and questions angered Creator,
And we were told to let it be,
Yes, we were told to let it be!
Yet, far too many tried other ways to live,
And demons then arose from the sea,
To possess those who wanted more than just love,
And we were severed from all beauty,
Life on our blue star became unbearably cruel,
The home we knew destroyed completely.
Souls were scattered, many came here to planet Earth,
And all were told to learn now we must,
In new shells we began a life of hard learning,
And differences of love and lust,
Hatred, killing, destruction of nature grew fast,
Blue star souls saw that little in this life would last,
They began to yearn for all that was just,
Began to work for all that was just.
So when we return to a life of peace and harmony,
We will remember and always let it be.
Thus here I am on Earth, seeking my beloved,
Many times thought I had reached my goal,
From among the blue star souls scattered far and wide,
The one who once loved me, made me whole,
I did find my love, and if we must be apart,
He will always be in my heart and soul.
This poem was inspired by my fascination with stars, especially the blue supergiants of the cosmos. This image is of Supergiant Rigel and IC 2118 in Eridanus.
© 2017 Phyllis Doyle Burns