I Dwell Within A Moment

I dwell within a moment, I take the time to look and see-

Disturbances in this fluctuating reality:


Teal sky-

Crows flying away from falling rain they cannot outpace.

An old woman smoking, each breath almost her last…

A river where a river cannot be.

I think of you, of how far you are away from me now…

My love stronger for you than the sun itself…

And yet, the moon outshines the sun today…

The Moon is whiter than ever.

An unusual sight-

The moon in the day.

A mixture of madness and reality-

Is all I can see now…

But the question still screams for an answer:


Which is which?



The gap in the trees.

I stand waiting,

Waiting for the end of a circle,

And the beginning of a ripple,

There are ripples In the air.

and the ground is weathered from many walks.

I stand,look and see,

The gap in the trees,

Where everyone goes,

But no one knows what will be,

Through the cloudy sea of the air,

The light change’s my sight,

And the gap grows smaller,

Yet everyone fits,

Because it’s smaller like a funnel,

That can not be fixed.

The rusty orange air can be seen,

Above a building, framed an organic picture,

This is all through the gap in the trees,

That everyone knows,

And everybody goes.