Sunday, February 19, 2012

inner/outer space

inner/outer space
by space d. out

inside the outside inn, there lived a child named Grace

and everything she did  (she thought) with everything in place
and even though she played a game that no-body could win
she turned it inside-out (an inner/outer) outside-in

and even though it seemed to be a purely single case
she turned the outside inn into her
inner/outer space

* what if every-body lives in the outside inn, even as our perspective appears to be from the inside, out?

* what if the concepts of "inside" and "outside" fade away into Wholeness, negating the very concept of oppositicality while using it to describe that which It is not?


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