Thursday, April 22, 2010

Rulers of The Vacuum


   Watch our words as they slip into the nothingness of everything and the everything of nothingness; they both mean meaninglessness. We speak what we do not feel for we feel nothing at all.
     Take my hand. Let’s dance on the thin line between sanity and insanity. We’ll feel, rendered insanely sane. And we’ll beg for the stoned pain to hit our frozen hearts, invigorate the blood, and erase the minds. We’ll dance like philosophers. We’ll dance like lunatics. We’ll dance like ourselves; but we lost that too, so we don’t dance at all.
       Tread on the past. Smolder it. Cut its throat. It’ll scream and sabotage our nerves. Smother the future; we’ll only live today. An d today we’ll last forever.
    Jump on the molecules of air, and blow the matter. Abolish it. There’s only what we see and what we feel. And we see nothing. And we feel nothing. We are who we are not and we are not who we are. We never were and we’ll never be. Sucked into the meaninglessness of meaning. We are our own language. We are the rulers of the vacuum. And they watch. But they don’t see. They never did.

10 comments:

THE BEATY said...

ha ha line between sanity and insanity love it. To answer your question I found out when looking at a map that there's a city in new york called ciaro so I did that story hope that helps

Oddyoddyo13 said...

This was brilliant Maha.

Brian Miller said...

how very surreal...we are our own language...and taking a ride on a molecule...both very cool.

sheri... said...

i'm always intrigued when i read your works, yearning for this kindergarten mind of mine to grow up and grasp a life that is in more pain than my own. your handling of words is amazing to, maha...

California Girl said...

"Slouching Towards Bethlehem" perhaps?

Felicitas said...

Ah, the dance of life in our little bubble... A brilliant vision and truly interesting read, Maha. Loved it!

järnebrand said...

Maha, this was wonderful. You are one brilliant writer...! Thank you for sharing. Love/ Jo.

Magpie said...

Such a wonderful, winding journey you always take us on. Beautiful.

PattiKen said...

Maha, that was brilliant, a perfect illustration of the contradictions of live, love, and just about everything else. Really well done.

Leslie said...

I like the thin line between sanity and insanity


Nicely done!!

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