Monday, November 11, 2013

The Colossal Weight Of Everything

What was it you really wanted to say 
This morning when we first met
It was perched there
On the precipice
Of a mountainous thought
I could sense something
Unutterably profound
In that millisecond
Where we shared that indefinable something 
Deeper than the distance 
Between down and up
Somewhere in that pregnant silence
Worlds were birthed
Lived out their long illustrious lives 
And returned to the graveyard of worlds
To be born again
All of eternity gave pause in that moment
And the colossal weight of everything
Waited with baited breath for your confession
Somewhere, I believe, right between
“Hello.” and
 “Can I take your order?”

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