If I told you there was magic in this world,
What would you say?
I am not talking fairies, wands, wizards or spells,
Just things science can’t explain away.
When lifelong friends, separated by miles of sea,
Just know when the other will call,
The placebo effect, a mother’s intuition,
Or if dark matter matters at all.
One day we might know the answers we seek,
But I am happy to be alive,
In a time of uncertainty with mystery,
Where one cannot contrive.
Some may never learn,
The beauty that is embracing the unknown,
But it is good for the heart and good for the soul,
To relinquish human control.
To let nature take its course,
And gaze into the abyss,
It has a charm, a real-life magic,
A secretly complicated bliss.