In the gaze of the other

"My mistress' eyes are nothing…"

Post-post graduate school poem about the nothingness of everything

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2 thoughts on “Post-post graduate school poem about the nothingness of everything

  1. The nothingness of everything – how harsh to drop to realize, as Gollum’s face reveals. Everyone finds this, to some degree, at some point in life, and turn to the everythingness of nothing – a life with an undefinable, incomprehensible, untouchable living creator seeking relationship with us at that moment.

  2. That’s quite a lovely way of expressing the mysterious and divine connection. Thanks for your comment.

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