Ancestral planet

Updated: Sep 17, 2020

Ancestral planet scifi poem by Rebekka Kaur

One day 100 billion

years into the future

I landed on a Barron

land covered with

elements of a living

chronicle that went extinct,

skin turned into dust,

bones turned into ashes,

high raised buildings turned

into ruins,

And the dark sky eating up

what was left of the rubble

left behind by our

antecedents who were born here

& as I ascended towards

where it all started,

still thinking about what should

I call this place,

A muffled voice filled up

the atmosphere,


- Written by Rebekka Kaur

I'm from a hundred billion years into the future visiting a planet that has the remnant of its dust in my DNA passed on to me from my ancestors. They were born here and stayed here for a long time but then one day it was time to move because everything that this planet could give them was given and so they found a new home. One after the other but I wanted to see where it all started. What was so special about it and since we have come so far in the future, I don't even know its name. But as soon as we stepped a voice lost in static said "welcome to planet earth."

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