Dali's Stopwatch: A Hearing (1) - Poem by doug bentley
who comes by this way
whether it be from fields of history
law medicine philosophy or physics
must renounce all understanding of self
and embark upon the voyage
returning to chaos and beginning
wherein there is no end, to nihilism
wherein is only possibility,
wherein space-time future past
melt away in all consuming now.
eternal fire within burns this argument.
we, the weavers of dreams
on the horizon of future of Man,
beyond time, the monolith reveal
here, inter-dimensional hemisphere
beyond borders of dragon's mask
spiral of evolution to unfold.
ref: Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) : The Persistence of Memory (1931)
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