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SoundEagle’s Poetry with Enigma’s Goodbye Milky Way


Mission is over, mission is done,
I will miss you, children of the sun.
Now it’s time to go away,
Goodbye, goodbye Milky Way!

In five billion years,
The Andromeda galaxy will collide with our Milky Way,
A new gigantic cosmic world will be born…

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I look in your eyes
No more goodbyes
When shall we begin
To meet again

One Day We’ll Fly Away
Say Goodbye to Milky Way
What more is there on Earth for us
When our story stays with us
Why live on as human beings
And dread the way
Our bodies age

One Day We’ll Fly Away
Travelling Far from Milky Way
What more our love could do for us
When our lives are through with us
Let’s aim for infinity
To boldly go
Where spacetime ends

One Day We’ll Fly Away
From Milky Way

One Day We’ll Fly Away
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SoundEagle Milky Way
Retrospectively submitted as a response to Weekly Writing Challenge: Moved by Music and To the Tune Of…: Have a little fun and try your hand at writing or rewriting song lyrics.
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17 comments on “SoundEagle’s Poetry with Enigma’s Goodbye Milky Way

  1. Your poems are absolutely delightful! I have never really been one to read poems too much, but yours really sing to me. They’re written very well, you can feel the emotion that is behind them, plus you can tell they came from a deeper understanding of life. I still have more to read on your blog, I just wanted to tell you this before I move on!

    • Your comments are highly appreciated, Clint. SoundEagle would like to commend you upon your observation that SoundEagle‘s poems really sing to you. Perhaps it can thus be inferred or concluded that your realisation that SoundEagle‘s poems are musical is a good reflection or indication of your musicality, or of your sensitivity towards music. Indeed, you might be surprised to learn from me that it is possible to sing SoundEagle‘s poem as shown above, word by word and syllable by syllable, to the music of another known song, replacing its original lyrics. Do you known which song that is?
  2. It was my pleasure! I have a very strong sensitvity to music actually, i have a lot of strong emotional attachments to the way it is written, and also the way it sounds of course. What song would that be?

  3. I will return to this with my phone that has video and sound…but the lyrics are perhaps prophetic.

  4. Wild Love

    galaxies merge

      • Let’s not even be earth-bound, for I rather meet you and I somewhere out there in space, on another planet in a different galaxy or even universe, in a transcended existence unbounded by our limited, fragile mind and body . . . .

        In any case, your essay seems to be a self-critique or stocktaking of your life.

        Should the opportunity and momentous occasion arise, hesitate not, Tincup. Take my hand, and come with me (and some aliens) to a never-ending intergalactic or interuniversal travel and discovery . . . . .

    • SoundEagle…this intergalactic or interuniversal travel and discovery would be one hell of an enriching experience would it not? Us mere mortals can only imagine it at special places and points in our lives…and then gravity throws us back down into the thick of human self-absorption. So rare is it that our humankind look up, or down…mostly we look at each other and all we make and do. It is for this reason that I adhere to Robinson Jeffers’ emphasis on “Inhumanism”…taking a broader perspective beyond human concerns.

      Yes, this is a self-critique…but by its very nature…it is also a critique of the human momentum. I have done a self-critique in writing before…but this one is an attempt to move forward..to get out of circular reference…to get out of the cage and roam now and again.

      • Take my hand
        I’m a stranger in Milky Way
        All lost in the universe
        A stranger in Milky Way
        If I flew starry-eyed
        That’s a danger in Milky Way
        For mortals who stand beside
        Andromeda like you

    • I will take your hand SoundEagle…and we will fly ahead with two flaming swords :-)

      I will be over to your site my friend. I have two computers…one with no sound…one that has problems with video..and a phone that is fine but costs money to watch long videos etc….otherwise I would have been over to visit your site. See you soon…when I fix these technical issues…lol.

      • Won’t you answer the fervent prayer
        Of a stranger in Milky Way
        Don’t send me in dark despair
        From all that I hunger for
        But open your Tincup’s arms
        To SoundEagle in Milky Way
        And tell me
        That I need be
        A stranger no more

      • LOL…SoundEagle…you are not alone…and never were…my arms, ears, eyes, mind…and heart…are wide open to spirits such as yours.

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