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Half of One
Her possession complete,
their synergistic power became
magic greater than ever.
Look both ways because life is short and comes with a price.
Mind the gaps for inspiration and answers.
(I have no idea if she is the possessor or the possessed. I was thinking the former, but the latter works too.)
Small Heart; Big Deal
Sometimes, size matters. It seems sensible,
big things are to do big jobs. But not always.
Our most important parts are brains, hearts, lungs, livers, and stomachs.
In that order. Everything matters but size.
The most impressive of these is the heart.
Small, weighing less than a pound, it does gargantuan work.
Pounding up to 25 quarts of blood each minute every day at 70 beats a minute,
one-hundred thousand times per day. Three billion in a lifetime.
The size of my fist, our hearts, yours, and mine,
have been heralded through history, physically and emotionally.
Look both ways in chambers and valves.
Feel and hear as the beat goes on. Mind the gaps on the EKG.
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Delusion of Truth
Were they so deeply deceived?
Is companionship enough?
She was beguiled by deception, he by
love and trust, they by knowing.
Truth was given freely, and the cost
was death, maybe. How simple.
The book deceived me, tempted
by eternal heavenly bliss,
Dishonored by knowing morality.
Then I read the book.
Look both ways.
Doubt lies, believe truth.
Mind gaps for deception.
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My Factitious Fog
Galère thoughts compete with factional voices
as divides within my indeterminate mind sway opinion, always—
competing thoughts contending for favor,
seeking confederates with logical knowledge,
either knowing or not knowing.
What difference does it make?
I’m haunted by TMI.
Look both ways and mind the gaps for tricks and trips,
but don’t expect it to be easy.