Treasure Island

M.L. Emmett

(Reading Berkshire England)

Poems and Space


Poems find a space for themselves
in chaos.

Poems are the wormholes
of universal imagination

Poems can be dense black holes,
points in space where nothing can escape
their attraction.

Poems can measure entropy
by the amount of disorder
in their word system

Poems want to be tachyon particles
travelling faster than the speed of light
instant universal metaphors.

Poems are waves of sound and light
diffracting through any little crack
in the wall

Poems mutter
that they need to matter.

Submitted: Thursday, June 14, 2012

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