1:37 am / Friday, Apr. 24, 2009
Zero is not an absolute.
I have seen worlds open inside her circular form--
the expansion and contraction of edges, curved
longings curbed: suppressed then exposed--
everything we've wished for in our beds.
Zero has infinite chance--
ringed and rung out-- sung and restrung
her points connected positive and negative glued and preserved
presorted for our convenience.
There is nothing convenient in the sputter of our silences
we spit and bite, tender nothing
Our sympathetic matter of course.
Zero is not nothing.
She's bigger than comprehension--
Zero teaches us:
What alone could be
If we alone, weren't one.