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Who hasn’t been here before?
Dissolving into oneself
Once more.

This degenerative/regenerative compositeness

Folding being over and over and over like
So many translucent pages

Time tracing objects like a hurried child
And in its natural err we find
“change”
We find
“movement”

We find a staple of existence…

Even God moves within Godself
Beyond dimension’s surface
Beyond this liquidity

(As fish)
We thrive within these waters
(As fish)
We breathe in moderation

Filtering wisdom from the chaos
In safe measure…

Simplistic infinities
A five-fold treasure.



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The following comments are for "“Delving in Portions Proportionate to Poring’s Porosity”"
by ghostpoisonsturgeon

Fishy Waters....
Wow...very cool. Second poem I read tonight that has the fish as metaphor, and even my anti-senyru/haiku "Exocism" deals with waters and change. Just as if all three writers, you, me, Lucie were connected to the creative collective consciousness tonight when we posted. Blessings to you and thank you so much for this magnificent piece of work;-)

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: January 14, 2008 )

a staple of existence
I love the way this delves in to the mechanics and processes of being and exposes the way human beings make sense of it… “breathing in moderation” is a stellar line… humans only allow themselves to see so far and know so much, to contain so much of the universe…

Love too the way God exists beyond liquidity, that there’s something else, perhaps less comforting, far beyond the patterns we enforce upon reality…

at least that’s what I got, but I’m probably a million miles out. much enjoyed, either way. peace to you.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: January 14, 2008 )





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