A crimson Venus trapping this frozen moment
caged by icy waves of attonement
A double by half is a condition of one
a second time one sum of the one

Dividing which by zero
fleeted moment equating the hero
Zenithed on a crimson stone
who shattered loose a stick of the bone
-The pinnacle is fearful

O this moment rare, contrary, dynamic air
waved between beating heart’s frozen lair
Of icy energy. – mistaken truce, thy
shivered spine noose; shattering confines
-untimely timely situational stare

Atoms of my existence
pulsing insistence
Bohr’s model deficient
Balanced speeding light!
wavelengths of unspectrummed fright

Atoned by one sum : the diagram of bell
my existential particle hell
Of heaven on earth, earth between the heavens
through the course of time, why eleven?

Eleven, the double one
frozen still, shadowing crimson sun
Zero’s hero – mountaintop
based rock outcrop, no Zion core stop
-curvature and silent one

Parallel light waves pulsing with a cold chill
time stilled, floating eleven stands still
Out of spectrum, out of time, out of language
of the sublime; of nature’s homage
-eleven riding the light waves to heaven

Seven’s gate, fortune ride light
fortitude in blight
Key in waves by loves own song
beaches ever long!
-each tide of moment, stilled bright

Love of eleven, eleven loving you
light speed shining interior through
Parallel particles in this moment blue
light guiding cupid’s arrow true



About up2quark

I rest with silence and awareness; believing in hope for a brighter future, I feel compelled to write any words that excite me in the spontaneous moments in life! So this is my work; hope you enjoy my musings.
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