Spatial Encounter

Hubble Telescope Image

I am not averse to reimaginations
Given you walked out of my conversation
As a noetic effect of its distillation

I am not chained to inharmonious juxtapositions
When salubrious angels gather in celebration
Of a desire prayed and given manifestation

I am simply thankful for your gravitation
Towards me, bindingly, irradiate sub-atomic fusion
Where once I envisioned only solitary annihilation

Yet this I wonder, and this in never-ending fascination
How in moments your eyes gray meet my brown it’s recreation
Of a space-time-matter continuum of conflagration

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36 thoughts on “Spatial Encounter”

  1. Nicely done, Dora! I enjoyed the rhyme scheme – well done for keeping it going and for the use of the adjective ‘noetic’. I especially love the coming together of grey and brown eyes in the final stanza.

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  2. I love the conclusion of your poem – light yet full of giddiness with the discovery of attraction:

    How in moments your eyes gray meet my brown it’s recreation
    Of a space-time-matter continuum of conflagration

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    1. Ha! Thank you, Mary, although it was only in service to the persona’s attempt to cling to “logic” in the face of what couldn’t be easily explained.

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