The Art of SKIP

“Signals Keep Indicating Persistence”

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Drifting in and out of unconsciousness

having learned the fine art of “SKIP”

traveling on strings of separate dimensions

to the tune of the Universe I now trip

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Stars shine in awesome stellar rhythm

Space-Time provides for their massive glory

cataclysmic transformations dance

to an uncertain particular story

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Having traveled toward the future

leaving the past to a simple thought

my mass grows acquiring information

for each gram a new truth I’ve sought

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Composed I am of simple mass/energy

although this truth cannot be changed

for I’ve traveled the paths of Gods mind

knowing tranquility has been arranged

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© Sailor October 14, 2011 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

About Sailor

Yup, it's me! The author of all you read here (except for the comments of course). Having been asked to write a short article for "About Yourself", I was forced to labor (for a moment-or-two), upon what eloquent words I might use to explain myself. ................................................................................................................ This simple thought process yielded an even simpler solution. You need but read the words I have published here. All the writings (except for the Comments), are copyrighted ©, the moment the "post" is digitized and made available to the world (WWW) by the servers at namecheap, the best Hosting service you'll ever need. http://www.namecheap.com?aff=15525 Please read: "Proprietary Rights". ............................................................................................................. Now, to continue with "About Me". I am sure you will find a few of my views embedded within my poems, and, if I would quit procrastinating, within the chapters of my future novels. .............................................................................................................. I would ask you all to subscribe to "RANDOM THOUGHTS"
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One Response to The Art of SKIP

  1. Prudence says:

    I feel satisfied after raeding that one.

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