Hide and Seek

Woodlands pulsate a
pastel euphony,
storm lingers in repose,
 
                         a threat disguised
 
by prismatic hues
of charged particles
meant to disarm
me.
 
I’m partial to
sunset meditations,
enigmatic orchestrations
of spatial wavelengths
 
                         playing hide and seek
 
across dimensional
ranges of my
consciousness,
violating tenets of
 
                          deductive rationality,
 
incidental to
my collaboration with
Althadian masters
relevant to principles
of quantum drift.
 
                         I only pretend not
                         to know where the years
                         will bring me.

 

© Rob Taylor, 2020



“The human being is the only component of creation that can oppose, or that has a propensity to oppose, its essential function. Only the human being is capable of an ambition to dominate nature: to hate, to nullify peace, or even aspire to an understanding of her or his inner essence.”

Taylor, Rob. The Irreducible Primary: A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition (p. 83). Rob Taylor. Kindle Edition.