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May 17
When one understands, their brain expands with the knowledge that is gained.
      But understanding is not the key to knowledge.
Brain expansion occurs with relation and doubt;
making new hypotheses to match the wave of the forever moving moans of time itself.

When two relate, they share their measures and clash at the seams;
      with a positive needle or the other.
And to share, is to release units;
shrinking emotion until it is neutral.

When three share, they intertwine into a mess of liquid space;
      In a cycle embrace — alas!
Understanding has summoned Mot;
      no good can come of expansion,
one can only be caught.
Alicia Moore
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Alicia Moore  17/F/Ireland
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