Peter S. Quinn


Scattering Vibrations (also soon at, sheetmusic publishing)


Scattering vibrations
Such indifferent bliss
Step by step gradations
To the forgetfulness kiss
The sprouts in and out
From the earth growing
Tangling threads about
Every creature slowing

Ember on sky's eyelids
Into the slowly nonentity
Primitive sources of ids
Each for the same identity
Leap the wave that wither
Intact the flows of new
Everything to the blither
Gone are thoughts we knew

Each hour charred dying
Meeting in the spinning
Times and moments flying
Lightness textures winning
Where has it all come from?
Circle cements market-place:
Piano fingers playing numb
With an eerie dark string bass

Submitted: Thursday, June 07, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 09, 2011
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