Danya Qattea


Spaceless Dimension


Wind blows through my spaceless dimension,
The whole place huge
But impossible to move in.
Every thought is fighting
For a place,
A recognition.
But I ignore it all,
Stuck in the suspended animation
Of my sleep.
I am somewhere else,
Forever a traveler.
I am constantly moving,
And yet I am frozen,
Stuck in my
Beautiful,
Horrible
Mind.
I dream enough for a thousand
Lifetimes,
Seeing only what I want to.
So,
As I write these words out of my
Spaceless Dimension,
It gets a little less crowded,
But the space is quickly taken
Once more.
I sigh.
I am still stuck in my
Spaceless Dimension.

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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I had so many ideas shoved into my mind, and suddenly this poem popped into my mind. Ironically, as soon as the words were on paper, every other thought drained from my mind, but all rushed back seconds later, completing the poem.

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