Paradoxical Nature

Paradoxical Nature
A swirling sphere, full of mystery,
 a warp in space, leading to the unimaginable,
 a plane of existence between heaven and hell,
 an anomaly, simply unexplainable,
A twist in time, a second dimension,
 a electrical storm, causing mayhem,
 a thing of blinding beauty, yet all that
 it brings to ones door is darkest death,
Paradoxical space that we reside in,
 darkest mysteries, blackest secrets,
 a shifting balance, a failing lance,
 things reveled, and yet still covered,
The things on one balanced plane,
 contradictory in nature, yet co-existing,
 enigma, and error, or just the grand design,
 absurdity it's called, and yet still there,
Ringing with mysteries, is the world,
 the galaxies, the farthest space, paradox,
 each planets holds something new, foreign,
 Alien, who knows, confounds the minds,
A riddle not yet answered, a puzzle incomplete,
 a glitch in the programming, easy escapes,
 abnormality, to us, or is it normal, not us,
 paradox, it contradicts, who knows what exists.
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Submitted on October 15, 2013

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 991
Words 159
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 25

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