Dreamweaving

 Sal Hunter University of Cambridge UK Neural I (The mind’s eye concealed by emergent properties; networks in cognition)

Sal Hunter University of Cambridge UK
Neural I (The mind’s eye concealed by emergent properties; networks in cognition)

An interior Kreuzweg turns
six conjoined points out as in
time—honeycomb tension—
self-taut; each intersection,
membrane potential radiates
outward potentiating—
in- and ex—spires radial—
emanation of expressivity,
grows antennae, extends extensions:
every possible whatcouldbe
circumscribed by nothing
rings around them.
Some selected—carved into
new dimensional realities
as obtuse angles—the stuff of diamonds
(triangles) fanned out in star symmetry
from one dense droplet
with no name, just lines eternal—
a web, a skin, a sound bubble,
an eye flung open, become crystalline—lights
certain faces now defined—borne
out of the dark, drawn by it,
form iterated from bound pairs, shades
between opposites—reflex, mirrors
it into itself, gives body to breath, expires;
it all—echoes—bears lattices of everything,
dreams: everything else.

About thepoetsglass

Professor, poet, philosophical dilettante, plus some other impressively heady alliterations. Instructional designer and copywriter. Cognitive neuroscientist by night. Self-diagnosed coffee addict, sometime dancer, brooding bibliophile, and an always salty sailor.
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