I gaze at the night sky,
Full of joy – and cry,
For I long to fly
Up to the stars that sparkle in the sky.
What adventure awaits me;
What peace and tranquility it must be,
To transcend to that level
And unfeignedly be able to revel.
Engaging with the stars – I will,
Until I make myself ill;
There is no right or wrong about them;
They simply exist for us to marvel at them;
They light up the darkly sky,
Revealing heavenly wonders to the eye.
Truly I say unto thee:
Join in with me at gazing at the wondrous sky
And stand, rapt in awe
With your head held-up high.
Let’s attempt to fly
Amongst the treasures of the sky;
Let’s be mesmerized by the constellation
And reconsider our situation.
Leave all your worries behind
And let’s instead make ourselves blind
To this superficial reality
That has plagued our mentality.
Join me on this eternal quest
That will ultimately provide us with the zest,
To understand this perplexed life
That’s been the source of all our strife.
Shahrokh Sharifrazy is A trained mathematician from the University of London..Shahrokh has been an accomplished teacher of Mathematics for a long time and is now full time journalist. He originally hails from Iran.
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