The Convergence

I stood alone in a sea of people,
As the convergence overtook me.

The past, present, and future,
Converging together in a moment.

Bodies gyrated around me,
As melodious tunes filled the air.

The floor recoiled from the shaking bodies,
Creating the sensation of a wave beneath my feet.

Then my surroundings began to fade away,
And I saw the eclipse of a lifetime.

Like the moon traveling across the sky,
The past slowly approached the future.

Embodied as the fiery, life-giving, sun,
The future moved closer to convergence.

In an instant, the paths crossed
Creating the convergent eclipse.

Instead of seeing darkness,
I became aware, miraculously aware.

I saw all, and was seen by all;
Finally, I understood.

Lost in time, I was transfixed in the event;
As it shaped me, and I shaped it.

Suddenly the two orbs began to separate,
And I felt the baggage of the past fall from my grasp.

My adolescence now deceased, my eyes opened
Seeing the world for the first time as a man.

by Cody McCullough

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  1. Cody – this is cool! very beautiful – speaks volumes:)

    • Cody McCullough

       /  April 13, 2013

      I appreciate your comment. This one may be my favorite poem that I ever wrote. I wasn’t quite sure how to wrap this project up, and this poem came to me while I was at a concert with my wife. I’m very happy with it. Thank you again.

  2. I love that you added a slide show here. I’m going to try that on my blog. Speaking of which, thanks for stopping by!

    • Cody McCullough

       /  April 14, 2013

      Thank you for stopping by my blog too. The slideshow made sense for this one.

  3. Cute pic 🙂

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