:x. but it's not just that. permanence and impermanence. lasting legacy of what and for how long? stability defined as: x the leaning tower of pisa rights. perception is reality. and people leap to their deaths in the virtual world. but where is the line? and more importantly, who drew it? i kant do that. and our collective reality mimics meatloaf, minimizing magnified metamega for milieu, because what is it all worth/about/settled for/done for/answered by anyways? * webster's goblin mode, 2022. ok then... fragments of my metaverse. blaming my ennui on my gravity disorder. starseedblahblahblah. i'm genetically predisposed to lighter climes. it's my woo-niverse. and the typing cat fervently, feverishly paws out: the weight of it all, unbearable. * fischschuessel enjoy the fragmented figments. flashes of light. flashbulbs of fame. reasoning, that recognition fails, fleets, flounders, flops, flippantly flying from rear-end fenders. and when does the wordplay stop? einhalten an alles. und alle einsteigen. zack. sagt die stutzstaffel. protection from what?! *
Jessica Skyfield is currently a teacher. She has been a scientist, a mother, will always be a student, and worn other hats, too. Her poems seek to bring light to our struggle with our awareness of our humanity: the juxtaposition of the smallness of ourselves when viewed universally and yet the large impact each of our individual actions can have.