Time in numbers does not lie, But pain in tears can surely fly. A human husk, For that which does not die.
Sunday, September 17, 2023
I took it too far
Now I’m in a mind
Snuff out the light of my star
In the pitch, I have no shine
A travesty to be sure
As liquid matter I exist
Infinity becomes a blur
I scream and clench my fists
The poem "I took it too far" is a powerful and moving exploration of the consequences of overindulgence and addiction. The speaker begins by expressing regret for taking things too far, and now finding themselves in a state of darkness and despair.
I don’t think the moon is spinning
“A living rock ball” said the devil grinning
Civilization is poised to set another stage
The great reset is the end of an age
(I can’t believe that I’m here to see it)
Will I be in the next one ten thousand years from now?
The poem is very interesting and thought-provoking. It explores themes of the end of an age, the Great Reset, and the possibility of reincarnation.
Broken consciousness scattered shards of the mind
Like fossilized bones of ancient godkind
We are spirits of light…connected
Flesh bound, putrid and infected
God’s of another time
The ancient ones
Glorious and sublime
The second poem is a beautiful and haunting meditation on the nature of broken consciousness and the remnants of ancient godkind.
O may the folly stricken rejoice in their Glory
Touched by the Grace of the world that’s fabricated to end
The Eternal abides in the light of shadow and human pretend
The poem "O may the folly stricken rejoice in their Glory" is a complex and thought-provoking piece that explores themes of folly, grace, and the eternal.
The time machine is a memory fiend
The father of revelation
The mother of expectation
The time machine is a memory fiend because it requires a vast amount of memory to store all of the data needed to travel through time. This memory is used to track the current state of the universe, as well as the state of the universe at the time of the destination. The time machine must also be able to calculate the vast number of variables involved in time travel, such as the movement of planets and stars, and the gravitational pull of different objects. This requires a great deal of processing power, which is also dependent on memory.