dusk to dawn blkForever between today and tomorrow, suspended in presence. Infinite darkness mingling with perpetual light, like shadows photographing a mirror.

At first the beginning is closer than the end. Suddenly the finish has left the start far behind.

What is the measure of now? Who can hold the moving hand, the cell dividing again and again?  Where does the universe locate the particle that waves as it disappears and reappears on its random path?

Who can draw the map that connects never with always?

The remainder of
dusk meeting dawn.  What mortal
can enter the stars?

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For Day Seventeen of NaPoWriMo, I’ve done a haibun for the dVerse prompt, Lingering Day.

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28 responses to “Endlessly”

  1. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    Wow this is stunning in every way!

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  2. Jodi says :

    Oh I love this!!’ What is the measure of now?? ❤️

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  3. rivrvlogr says :

    This stirs endless questions.

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  4. Sharon Mann says :

    Awesome, I’m in this moment enjoying your words and art.

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  5. Frank Hubeny says :

    Nice phrase: “Infinite darkness mingling with perpetual light”

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  6. Björn Rudberg (brudberg) says :

    A map connecting never with always… love what thoughts the dusk evokes.

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  7. sheldonk2014 says :

    What a strong piece
    You my friend have threaded the needle,Simply Beautiful

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  8. merrildsmith says :

    Yes–these are the questions.
    I love: “Who can draw the map that connects never with always?”

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  9. Suzanne says :

    Wow – what a remarkable post. I love the way you express your profound thoughts so clearly and how they are mirrored so well in your art.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Victoria C. Slotto says :

    For me, the haibun seems to reflect the beautiful watercolor with the twilight-colored paints. The haiku and all it represents is breathtaking.

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  11. memadtwo says :

    A beautiful Rorschach!

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  12. Jane Dougherty says :

    The questions you ask in this poem are absolutely beautiful!

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