Like the attention the moon shows the sea
making tides ebb and flow in motion her attention moves blood through my heart filling my body and soul with emotion
He was a mountain.
She was the ocean. Reaching for the stars, Bound by his roots Still and storm Black and blue She was the ocean Beating against his rock He was a mountain And waves could not a mountain block A bottomless fountain Breaking with every motion He was a mountain And She was an ocean
festering like the fungus on rotting fruit
moulded to the shadow torn from it motion making it's stop the flatline an event horizon and i looked blank became the canvas as existence shrunk from view and i saw it all; and it was glorious but the curtains were closing momentary was the sight bestowed which fleeted faster than life from this withering device of animation elapsing back to nothing a fade to black
A ceaseless motion
hither and yonder like the jumbling of blind ants in a narrow path of wet pheromones. Backbreaking labor A cruel slaver lashing his whip that cracks painfully drawing blood from the back of the hapless wretch. A joke that amuses no one An insufferable itch demanding to be scratched so hard that it bleeds Then in a moment snuffed. Asphyxiated and forgotten.
Suspended in brackish undulations Dunes shield this lagoon speculation From seething currents
We died in the middle of life
Faded away silently And the earth‘s motion continued
Because we are not the world.
A repeating line of patterns of something deeper then memory
It's the motion of waves of wonder of maybe something like pain A wanting to lessen to soften to gently lay my head down It's not what's happening now
This feels unfinished, but I suppose most things do.
The mountain grows much slower than your perception of the mountain growing taller, as the dynamics of the sea, which sculpts the earth beneath your feet, speaks—summoning the breeze: isn't it surreal, living on God's pottery wheel?
I was conceived
At a drive-in movie Maybe that’s why I get motion picture sick
Both are actually true...I forgot to ask what the movie was