Young Aspirant: I painted you, I painted you All the night. Exhausted Became my mortal body, But energetic me never left the colour of love. Morning knocked the door to take night to a distance where it would never come before due. Watch yawned to make me return from the land of nod And time whispered in my ears 'Oh! The young aspirant, it was definitely worth a try.'
// Fiction has long borrowed an idea of "another world" from myth, legend and religion. Heaven, Hell, Olympus, and Valhalla are all "alternative universes" different from the familiar material realm. Plato reflected deeply on the parallel realities, resulting in Platonism, in which the upper reality is perfect while the lower earthly reality is an imperfect shadow of the heavenly. The lower reality is similar but with flaws. // - Wikipedia