Sunlight, Moonlight

The truth is, almost every solid idea that comes from science is in some sense an abstraction rather than a ‘real’ thing.

K.C. Cole

The click-clack
Of Venetian blinds
A staccato composition
Of the misleading
Arrival of spring


Good morning
Enduring head cold
Resting on my body
Like an overweight feline


I took some time off 
To alleviate the anxiety of writing
Only to become more anxious
From the lack of writing


The first symbols of abstract thinking in humans can be traced to fossil objects dating between 50,000 and 100,000 years ago in Africa.

I have seen the light
There is no escape

Fuck summer
In the Arctic circle


I watch you
Primp
Preen
Coat
Conceal
The effect
as authentic
as moonlight


I look up to
The moon
Waxing gibbous
Sunlight comes
To completion


Weekly Theme:
Mind Vomit


Urban Dictionary:
mind vomit

The swift ejection of ABSTRACT ideas out of one’s head onto paper via a writing implement, keyboard or Dictaphone.
Often unstructured, incoherent and out of context, the mind vomit forms the starting point for any great literary endeavour.


14 thoughts on “Sunlight, Moonlight

  1. “I took some time off 
    To alleviate the anxiety of writing
    Only to become more anxious
    From the lack of writing”

    This is me Mouse! 😁👍😂

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