God once told me he often wondered who made the universe.
He then dropped me one thousand miles to Earth.
I landed safely, in case you were worried, to carry the weight of the world on my journey.
Travelled to lands uncharted by man, I searched for a partner to lend me a hand.
I flew to the sun and swam the abyss, assured they contained what it was I had missed.
I returned empty handed, would my life just be this? Digging and hoping and pounding my fists?
Time was the factor I hadn’t controlled, left unimpeded to run itself cold.
But somewhere in space a star called my name, together we’ll make it to fortune and fame.
Trekking the lands for someone to travel beside.