Mark R Slaughter


And We Are Synergy


Here we see
Minds

Cloud floes
Slow shadows
Cast upon the green-blue range of seas

Random hues merge
In ways thought evokes

Notions –
Inner threads –
Slide through arching lines
Of time

Would I end as me? –
Or might the two be three?

Opposites –
They intertwine,
Seek out a way to meld,
Synergise –
Singletons
Are only good for nascence

We need the more
For coalescence,
Offer up the blossom
Of epiphanies

And then we’ll all
Command the outreach of sky

Those giant plumes are here

And WE! –
We’ve ousted fear!

And so might you!

We’ve all so much –
So much to do

Copyright © Mark R Slaughter 2013

Submitted: Sunday, October 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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