a vastness of night and daylight

silence falls upon
a vastness of night
and daylight

(last and first are mere ideas
conceived within the electronic
components of the brain)

silence falls upon
a vastness of night
and daylight

in non-existence,
there is no thought,
no ideas or lack thereof,
no life and no death,
no space and no confines,
no time and no lack of time

silence falls upon
a vastness of night
and daylight

night and daylight converge
and neither exist,
in non-existence

(last and first are mere ideas
conceived within the electronic
components of the brain)

in non-existence,
neither existence nor
non-existence
exists
any longer

12/30/15




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Written on 2015-12-31 at 12:51

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one trick pony The PoetBay support member heart!
"(last and first are mere ideas
conceived within the electronic
components of the brain)"

i had never thought of "last and first" that way. it's intriguing, as is your poem from first to last, or last to first.
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