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Recording the Moments

Updated on November 29, 2012
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Before the dawning

opened anew

waking, feeding off ...

avoiding to feel

strenuous, exerted and

grope ... at the scene

before the morning ...

after the dream.

Who's visiting?

I'm moving!

Pacing the floors

recording the moments

forever warned, winding up

the wind ...

minding the shadows

when the light comes in

inside the window

the show begins

and brings me hosting

the forms I slay.

This day.

This new machine.

Designed to hover over me -

Designed to gear up and

shift to change

so many wheels

to rearrange

forms and sounds

against this weight ...

removing sights

for heavy gaits

that turn and measure

hooked on their ends

for consciousness.

Their dreaming fates and

consequences.

Dividing to meld and

molding to reap

while sowing seeds

in my sleep.

Peaking, slicing, carving, cunning

toward my wake.

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      Nellieanna Hay 4 years ago from TEXAS

      A nightmare, Cher? I daren't hazard a guess!

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      Martin Kloess 4 years ago from San Francisco

      Ever seen something new in a picture and wonder the stability of things? Thank you

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      CMarie 4 years ago from York, Maine

      Hi Nellieanna, thank you for reading ... The nightmare was a slice of time within a situation I'm no longer in. Right on target. I appreciate your comments. They're fun! - Cher

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      CMarie 4 years ago from York, Maine

      Mhatter99 .. Of course! At this juncture, however ... the picture is every second! Looking out from within! According to Quantum theories, etc ... there is no stability. LOL!! Unless there is ... - Cher

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      Nellieanna Hay 4 years ago from TEXAS

      Other philosophic views also support that there's no certainty or security (stability) to be had for those who are in this thing called LIFE. Its nature IS change; and change is uncertain and insecure, not stable. Once that's understood, what fun it is to live! ;-) And so much easier to avoid getting caught up in futility! Thanks for appreciating my input! Whoo hoo!

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      Nellieanna Hay 4 years ago from TEXAS

      PS - I enjoy your unique perspectives, too.

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