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by J. Lee
Rated: E · Other · Spiritual · #2031880
On the brink of sleepless lives, we transcend

Photon by photon
Plucked from the material scape
As I witness and resonate with the fabrics

Each moment stripped of image,
Each image seeps into the ether
Each atom an inception into its own nucleus

First the embellished sunset
Fading into an overcast scene
Like spheres of mirrors
Reflecting the dim hold to truth
As they hit the groundless security
I rest on

Nor splash or explode
Will I see them regress
Merely bleed into the pulse
Of a heart forgotten

Each vein of vanity
Sends Noah into the eternal
As though any man
Were of his own persuasion
And any raging body
Was anything but

The setting is unsettling
But this is necessary
When 10,000 things
Are but pastels upon her display
And then
And even then
The display is 10,001

More definite it becomes
That darkness is as unreal
As each particle or wave it consumes

Further the witness weaves
Into and away
Far from distance
Watching the sunrise
Reject entrance
To the objectiveness we've claimed

Until it is neither a new day
Nor a perfect portayal
Of elegance and passion

Until it isn't seen with the lens
Or the breathlessness
Felt by the heart

Until it isn't seen
But been

At that moment
There is no second
Nor a will
To make it last

Nor a will

There is only the essence
That I seek in the absence

Never found until arrival
And left to exist with infinite departure

For the fabrics only know the space we measure
And the time we count

But they needn't ever know a thing
For they connect the moments I know
As easily as they connect each one I don't
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