TORY

If you could look at a flower for a lifetime

You could never enter its world

Where colors are words that speak rhythms and beats

Light waves are illuminations of thought of pleasures unheard

 

If you could look at a bird for a lifetime

You could never enter its world

Where wind swirls bliss on upward draft

Where space is blue and air so vast

Where love eternal echoes forth

In gentle song the world has heard

But meaning never known

 

If you could look at a fish for a lifetime

You could never enter its world

Where mother water embraces and holds

Colors vibrate to taste beyond the leagues that pace

Light dances above the echoing realm

For a moment, sight is smell

 

If you could look at a cloud for a lifetime

You could never enter its world

Where energy surges breathing life on volumes crossings

Moving space and time collapsing

Birthing forms that grip the sky

 

Infinite bubbles hold infinite forms

Thoughts view upward on infinite domes

Worlds beyond vision, yet ever so close

Bubbles within bubbles, go on and on

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