Infinity - Poem by Patti Masterman
I'm caught in infinity
Like a salmon downstream
Like a lemming, in mid-air;
On the stair, to nothing's-there.
I'm rumored to contain
Circling moons, in a plasma'd frame
A briny, inviolate ocean;
Emotion, of one God's notion.
I got lost, inside some dream
Where matter's unbound from time,
At the cusp of eternal night
In the midst of infinity.
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