Omega - Poem by Diane Hine
Do you regret that your brain is confined
Captive for life in the bones of your skull
Speech offers limited sharing of mind
Would you think fusion less dull?
Yet, every single is already two
Right and left hemispheres, one lonely sphere
Poor company, since they share the same view
Better that souls be divided yet near.
Consciousness parted can know and be known
Coalesced, Mind would be wholly alone.
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