Jonathan ROBIN

Freshman - 521 Points (22 September / London)

Prose Poem On The Mind's Universe I - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN

If the mind may be a universe unto itself, may the universe be a mind unto itself, and, if so, can it mind that minds can can, or cannot can, or encapsulate along a dotted line frame form spurning former formal form frames as fresh fusion transforms confusion into a cohesive constellation of potential energy particles?

A state me[a]ntal line, desperate to [t]race light, as if its existence depended upon its s[p]eed, soars, curving, arching, starching star
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Superceded by Prose Poem on the Mind's Universe II itself revised May 14 2013 retained for the record as an early version although a later version of prose poem entitled Inner Liberty

Comments about Prose Poem On The Mind's Universe I by Jonathan ROBIN

  • Troy Ulysses Davis (5/16/2013 5:50:00 PM)

    Heavy. Mentally stimulating. (Report) Reply

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