And: A Mythology
Balancing the chair on two legs,
you claim no past,
though complicit in the future,
aligns itself with the mass.
No connections fuse the two.
Or, lying there, you bridge gaps,
clasping hands with distant cousins,
awake in the moment
yet ready to drift and continue,
a solitary seed awaiting nourishment,
steady, existing only between.
“And: a Mythology” first appeared in May 2020 at Literati Magazine. Many thanks to editor Renée Sigel for taking this and several other pieces.
Seems to me life as we know it is a series of awake moments somehow linked together – I wonder if there are gaps we don’t even recognize?
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I believe that life is full of those unrecognized gaps, especially as they occur.
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