Through haze of open war
and fallen worlds,
Persistent as the dreads of private past,
Hangs a blinking light. Shrouded,
demanding to be seen.
A protrusion, cold, dead, geometric,
Thrust from the light
In defiance of death and
In spite of the laws of life
long ago etched and written –
long ago burned and forgotten.
This cloud, suspended in space,
Knowing land but never seeing it,
Swirling and mixing under its own existence,
Stretching and colliding.
A second protrusion, hinged on the first,
And on, as further it pushes
Into the unknown.
In swift response come the waves
To crash one by one
Upon the shores of the
Further reaching spine.
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