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She Said

Concise expansivity is where it’s at


She said


Arching her back

Looking over her shoulder

At me




Do you mean pinpointing infinity


Opening your singularity to the collective


She waved




I shrugged it off


But I still hear that echo reverberate



David Trudel  ©  2013



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Space Between

In my cosmology

Brilliant lights of countless stars

Are far surpassed by infinity’s black emptiness

Velvet backdrop for a color popping canvas

Contrasting depth to lights pure brilliance

And like the sky I see above

My life has vast stretches of emptiness


Against which shines those starcrossed moments

The supernovas

Big bangs

Celestial events

But really I am much more familiar with the space between the moments

The lonely purview of a lost soul cast adrift

In a silent vacuum coldly floating randomly

A dark thought in a dark place

Unsparked and alone



David Trudel  © 2012




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