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The Shadows of Prairies Sway

A poem about the flickers of a future to come

Photo by Vincent Ledvina on Unsplash

If I had true faith
I’d count infinity in your eyes
or feel the heart of matter beat
flowing mystic frequency
conjecturing what it might be
whether it was that vibration
I felt in my DMT dreams
or perhaps even 2.73 K.
‘Tis the ways of fate
that I shall never decide
if I’m just a roll of the bone die.
For the sorrowed heart that weeps




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Bradley J Nordell

Bradley J Nordell

Quantum physicist, science writer, explorer of the mind and philosophy, fiction writer, poetry, and creator of worlds. Find me on Twitter @bradleynordell

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