Poetry

Minds eye (poem)

I hold a needle

between thumb and forefinger,

stare through the tiny eye

and find infinity.

A multi-verse of vast

improbability-

a soap bubble attached

to a second soap bubble

floating upwards into

a clear blue sky-

the light illuminate-

electro-magnetic

eye enabler

hiding trillions of

glittering stars,

countless, fathomless

balls of burning fusion

power,

gas giants

roaring away beyond

the cold silence of space,

the cold silence of

nothing.

Letting out a scream

my brain bends

and the labyrinthine passages

of my consciousness

contract

and render me mute

psychic force

pours forth until

I can look

no further

and I fall screaming back

to earth,

back to safety,

back to mundane

water vapour,

porous soaking clouds,

and a pure kaleidoscopic intricacy

of peaceful co-existance.

Blue hues make my

cheeks flush and my eyes

glitter with a

queer luminescence,

eons of divinity

and quantum mystery;

vasts tracts of universal

space and time and

infinity,

all of it,

burns away constantly,

deliberately,

knowingly-

all of it burns

within a minds eye.

7 thoughts on “Minds eye (poem)

    1. Haha thank you! That’s basically what I was going for. Though, reading back through it I may turn it into two parts. Think it loses power as it goes on. Cheers for the compliment though πŸ‘πŸ‘

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