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Parallelism of worlds
And the beginnings of the collective individual

Space has no meaning at death

Life a stepping stone
Life a mass transit toward
Zero.
Point.
Self.
Attainment.

Universes merge here
Amalgam totus ut unus

Heaped transparent infinite…

Bear now
Spiritual one-dimensionality for
This collective individual!

Existing linear and exposed

Heaven and Hell

States of being
Within this ethereal substance of
God encompassing…

Numbers have no meaning when
Many is one and
Nothingness fails still to be

Infinities end where infinities begin
Five-fold from our eyes but

Being ‘is’
Simply ‘is’
_______________________________
*smoothing complex simplicities
within a frail finite mind…



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The following comments are for "“Self Hypnosis: The Depth of Trance Thought Experiment: Being Beyond Being” (The Insufficiencies of Language)"
by ghostpoisonsturgeon

life as mass transit
yeah, I like that, life as a process, a journey to... to "zero"... funny, but human beings tend to see life as a project of accumulation, experiences, memories, stuff... but really that's only superficial and we are all on the downward curb towards egolessness...

read somewhere the other day that even space, even nothingness had sub-atomic chaos creating and discreating like crazy…

agree with Lucie as to the proper province of poetry as being… your poetry is. thanks for that.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: January 28, 2008 )





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