Tuesday, April 17, 2012


You are a relative remedy -
standard of uncertainty -
constant ambiguity.

A gravitation equation,
I am drawn to you
like a star-struck constellation.

Charismatic magnet, elementary
in a vacuum,
your atomic molecules
drift into mine
a fine structure
of spectral radiance,



to the fire flower.


Blogger Chris Never said...

Sounds like it is right up my alley *smile*, I will keep an eye out for the series

My life is a shambles atm lol, how are you going my friend?

11:36 PM  
Blogger Chris Never said...

the above comment was supposed to go on the previous post !!!

stupid internets

Lovely poem my dear, been a long time since I have read your words, I have missed them *hugs*

11:39 PM  
Blogger burning moon said...

I'm going ok. My life is pretty weird/stressed right at the moment. We've had to move out of our house while EQC repair the earthquake damage. So we're living in a motel for a month. It would seem like a nice holiday, but in reality it's quite inconvenient when you have to go to work and stuff.
We don't have proper kitchen storage. No freezer. It's really noisy at night when you're trying to sleep. And I keep needing things that're at home. Sigh.
Still, hopefully this is the last hurdle before things return to normal. In my little world at least.
We still have no central city however. It's just open paddocks and rubble at the moment. lol

4:47 AM  
Blogger Chris Never said...

When I compare my problems with what you are having to deal with, I wonder what the hell I am complaining about, I apologize for whining, you have it so much harder than I, I couldn't imagine trying to deal with the aftermath of such an event.

I will keep my bleating to myself lol

6:34 PM  
Blogger burning moon said...

lol, silly. bleat away. it's always good to talk out your worries and problems. they always become much smaller and more orderly when you let them out into the air.

At least it has stopped shaking all the time here. people are tentatively beginning to feel less besieged. Although we are afraid to mention the lack of aftershocks out loud lest we are tempting fate :)

I think at the moment the worst thing is the traffic. There are major road works in every direction, and all the major routes through the city are closed off, so the disruption to traffic has to be seen to be believed. To go anywhere now takes a minimum of half an hour. At 5 o'clock it's just horrible. Everyone tries to avoid going anywhere then if they can help it.

Add to that that a lot of streets still have unexpected large potholes and humps, and it's pretty awful.

The length of time the city council is taking to make any decisions about the rebuild and get it underway is also quite astonishing. The govt. has finally stepped in to oversea, but all that probably means is that there will be a different set of people with their hands in the cookie jar.

A lot of people are really raking in the money after this earthquake. and as usual, it's not the Joe Blow on the street like you and me.

I think greed is the major issue of the 21st century. How much money does anyone really need to live a comfortable life???

But for me personally, I will be very happy to return to my little house. And hopefully then I can relax and get back some semblance of normality. Oh, and my house will be all freshly painted! Which will be very nice :)

1:20 PM  
Blogger Chris Never said...

It will indeed , be very nice for you to be back in your own home my friend.

Greed, yes, a blight upon the collective soul of humanity in my opinion also, I have always wanted enough, no more, no less, who can want more than just enough?

Even that seems to be hard to obtain for me at the moment though lol

Take care of yourself Moon , you are one the special ones , don't ever forget it

3:26 PM  

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