Dark Energy a Prediction

Free Verse the final frontier?

Photo: James G. Brennan.

Episode V Dark Energy Strikes Back

Events move on after the rise and demise
of gargantuan black holes, their mortality realised
after trillions of years, just as we do ours,
evaporating into the vastness of space
their final swan songs displayed for any gods left
to bow in admiration in this ever-expanding universe
gathering speed. Only particles, it’s a matter of fact
occupy this absolute frozen zero knocking each other out
In the coldness of space.

Dark energy’s undiluted mass,
expanding forever in untamed, unruly expansion,
becoming weakened may find gravity its nemesis,
crushing it, tearing apart the universe, its empire now broken.
To finally understand dark energy will give us knowledge
of its influence over us and perhaps the future of the universe.

Episode VI Return of the Multiverse Jedi

Our idea of multiverses holding life far more exotic
than anything we could possibly think of
may just be reality imagined,
escaping the grasp from this dying universe.
Knowledge amassed over trillions and trillions of years
with means to create a smaller universe,
becoming the new god’s sentients search the answers and meanings to.

As the final supermassive black hole dies
illuminating a small piece of the universe for one last time
dissipating into nothing, leaving only photons to be cooled
to absolute zero, then nothing, all stars are dead; entropy’s final stand.

Sentient life makes their escape,
as the universe becomes “meaningless”.

Will the end become something new in a most unfathomable big bang way?

Thank you as always, ScienceDuuude 💥🌌✨🌍🖖 for giving my words a platform.
Thank you all for reading and your precious time as always. Always. J. 🙏☘💥🌌✨



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James G Brennan

James G Brennan


Writes eclectic free verse poetry and is free to read. "Everything in life is writable about" Sylvia Plath.