There was nothing.
Electrons didn’t even exist.
There were no stars, no winds flew then
Nothing ever happened, no clouds then rained
No sounds ever echoed, but then came the men,
By their virtues, all white sheets stained.
‘Once’ became too far away
Time’s wings grew big each day,
And the cosmos went astray
Stars always died,
But never listened when we prayed.
In the cell, inside genes,
When in terms, energy spins.
And send the universe to crazy ride!
Beneath the neurons in our cerebrum,
Incognito goes electrons’ tantrum
They dance unseen, they play the role
To all that we see, they gift a soul.
Through the wires we spread along,
Electrons sing their eternal song
They are the masters,
they ruled since ages
And kept men indebted
in their charged cages.