A Little Now Poem by Alexander Julian

A Little Now



We're bigger than a great survival.
Normal life gets quite an illusion.
Risks are steady under missing links.
Life involves complete absence beyond everything.
Having enough time is possible with less greed.
You walk over attention made for lots of extra.
Moments remain possible where focus is still due.
Change happens during reality as interruptions withhold.
Evolution is recycling broken dreams put to dispute.
Beware of literature that covers invisible revisions.
Untold stories don't always back up parted comment.
No language represents a strict zero of vagueness.
So have a little now before this hour strikes my face.

Saturday, April 18, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: absence,beautiful,beauty,beauty of rose,conflict,death,death of a friend,deaths,everything,language
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