Multiverse

A set of multiple parallel universes,
consisting similar dimensions,
exists for each of us in different numbers,
depending upon our choices and decisions.
It is like an endless tree,
rooted and nurtured only on probability.
Their numbers keep changing,
like a stock-value on wall street.
Our conscience completely loses connection with the universes
where a decision causes an absolute dead-end.
It is similar to a racing track
of infinite parallel lines,
where our existence is like a blinking red dot,
moving forward at constant velocity,
appearing on random places
without us knowing that we’re changing tracks.
Everything is already here.
Everything has got its space.
It is just that we need to do the right things to be at the right place.
But an individual can happen to be
only in one universe at a time,
and can never move backwards in any dimension.
Although,
whether or not there is any defined rule for dreaming,
is still unknown.

Photo Credit: bubblews.com
Photo Credit: bubblews.com

16 Comments Add yours

  1. This is unbelievable. I wrote about this today. Then another blogger shared words and a video on the same topic which I reblogged. I just have to reblog this too. Synchronicity and confirmation crying out. Beautiful.x

    1. Neeraj says:

      I would like to read your post if you can share a link.
      Thank you for reading mine!

  2. Reblogged this on scottishmomus and commented:
    Synchronicity and confirmation. Wow! Blowing my mind open today. πŸ™‚

  3. Brenda says:

    The multiverse is a cool concept. I watched the Nova on it with my boys, and then they went into public elementary school and blew the teacher’s mind with it. I’m not sure she appreciated it. πŸ™‚ Love the poem.

    1. Neeraj says:

      Lol. I can imagine little kids talking about multiverse, certainly a mind blowing thought.
      Thank you for reading Brenda!

    2. Brenda says:

      My boys are little math and science sponges. It’s a bit scary to me, too. Their poor teachers…

    3. Neeraj says:

      What why scary?!. seems like pretty smart kids.

    4. Brenda says:

      Until they are arguing with me. LOL

    1. Neeraj says:

      Thank you Sheri!

  4. wow… awesome! hehehe good to see there are other people who read on theoretical physics out there πŸ™‚

    1. Neeraj says:

      Really interesting topic it is! Thank you for reblogging!

  5. Reblogged this on darknightwilliams and commented:
    beauty..

  6. words4jp says:

    This one got me tied up in the brain – very interesting.

    1. nekneeraj says:

      Its quite an interesting topic. πŸ™‚

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