Dot on a Sill

Sahara Desert

Sahara Desert (Photo credit: Euclid vanderKroew)

                                                                  Dot on a Sill

One In Countless, Mere Speck on a Planet of Many Deserts, Countless Grains of Sand.

One Planet Amongst How Many Planets? in How Many Swollen Galaxies? Complex Dance of Young and Old vs To Be and Long Forgotten

Holding onto a Value, a Quality that Strives to be, Hurricane Winds of Opposing Will Threaten to Loosen the Iron Fisted Grip.

Free Tending Spirit, Suddenly Latched onto Iron Rails, Blazing a Trail on a Freeway to Nowhere…….

Discarded Whims, mere Flicks of Human Dust-a Venturing Soul of the Cosmos.

Chorused Voices, a Collection of Lost Souls amongst the Silenced Screams of Somebody Else’s Private Hell, Shadowed Existence.

Complex Patterns, a Mix of Convoluted Maths, a Splashing of Theories on a Higher Plane.

Broken Measures, Poly Rhythms of a Musical Anticipation-a Delicate Dance and Short Distance it is between The Colours and Shapes of Complex Music and The Tomb Cold Feel of Numerics.

Quickened Image, a Trail of Amaranthine Colours, The Ending of One Starts The New of Yet Another

Endless Process, Timeless Scope of Events, The Bigger Picture of Elysium Tinted Thoughts

Go On Forever……..


Dot on a Sill©2012 Leonard.C. Gesinski 02/20/2012

2 Responses to “Dot on a Sill”

  1. has to be a ‘foundation’ for any ‘sense’ to take root. there are times i have experienced the ‘loosening’ of those roots — and comes down to “is it a good trip or is it a bad trip.”

  2. It Always Does Come Down to Good vs Bad Does It Not?
    Thanks as Always…..

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