Matthew Sharp

Planet I - Poem by Matthew Sharp

no matter how many empty spaces written on and claimed
add 'all' to infinity and it will always remain the same

a bubble traveling from the bottom to the top of the sea
to emerge from the depths of observation and understanding
to eventually burst and be free

words i know and understand
are a blindfold
that keeps me from seeing beyond them
but when i do
manage to peek through
i have no choice but to return to words and reshape my voice
to hear/here an open dimensional commotion
where i exist and endless ocean

'I' eternally mine
as i graciously accept instinctual knowledge
in ancient dna design

common sense is like a bubble in an ocean of obviousness
floating from shore to shore
breaking against the plains of instinctual knowledge
more and more.....

merely a reflection of my
planet 'i'

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 10, 2010

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