Simon Collins


This world Poem by Simon Collins


Sometimes I pass through a doorway
To a world
In silent motion
As time breathes in and out of itself
Realms swirl and melt in perfect chaos
In this world
Thoughts and dreams merge
Realities image becomes a vapor
A translucent holographic mist dancing with the air
I become a spec of drifting dust sparkling in the sun ray
At one with the universe or singular at will
The air tenses and relaxes
Fluctuating with the pulsing sun
Love is the controller
The universal magician
I am love
In this world
I choose
My existence

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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