geese fly low on this damp grey day
never has this equation for flight been as strong
as it is now to find my source
I feel fragmented with these multiply dimensions
come here I whisper, came back to me
this bundle of fiber, the word bundle
itself distorting my perception of me
within mirror symmetry I can not make out
the frantic waving of my arms but I sense I am there
I breath back every molecule upon every
sound wave I have uttered
thinking a hologram I can create
to make me real of what was then
so I can be now
Distorted … is it? I can not tell.
I am at odds with my sense of self
between then and now
and here and there, what the hell!
Eventide tries to reassure me
beauty still dwells in the space
between ~ that elusive space
of where I thought … I was to be.
I welcome the oncoming darkness
so I see no more…
Pd Lietz is a widely published writer, photographer and artist who lives in a rural Manitoba Canada. The daughter and grand-daughter of Professional Canadian photographers, Ms. Lietz was awarded first prize in last year’s United Kingdom Frost Photography International Competition. Her photography, art and writing has appeared in and of covers of numerous anthologies and in many publications, some being: Naugatuck River Review, MaINtENaNT: Journal of Contemporary DADA Writing and Art, editions #4 5 and 6, Visions, Voices and Verses, Sunrise From Blue Thunder and Enchanting Verses International Poetry Journal and many more.