Monday, August 23, 2010

Paradoxical Brainstorm Overload

They seemed here but not here,
withdrawn from the reality around them,
set up temporary camp in a suspended state.

They would act on information before it happened,
across all distances, instantaneously,
as if there was no space or time between them.

They needed reminding about notes and rhythms,
to be either particles or waves.
They're not watching where they're going.

-- Scott H.Stoller

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