‘A day so new it has no light’



A day so new it has no light
lays a presence on the air;
the sheer vigilance of sight
cold upon the long dawn stare

is all that is a sense; the cast
upon a near-symmetric hour
impressing at a line makes fast
one day-long geometric power.

In looking at a mind unfold,
reflex to a life, new sight
upon the order of the old
creates an earth, allows the light.




A Road Assumed:
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