The Elusiveness of Time

  “Being still, and doing nothing are two very different things.” For an isolated self-sustaining, tiny biological environment under observation, if one could somehow contract the span of time it would take a young bud to unfurl itself into a radiant leaf in said system, the aesthetic pleasure derived from that observation would be equivalent…

Remembering

Homo bulla: a Latin metaphor translating “man as a beautiful but exquisitely delicate and transient bubble”. He bought a new radio in place Of his grandfather’s ancient one And sometimes, when it’s quiet He can hear its lingering echo:              Another day passes              Confusion…