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Dreaming in digital

Primary activations sealing up the optics gazing glass of the blues and binary greens

Next, lessening speeds of god given intricate and instrumental spirits within the machine

System’s nexus impulse conveying pulsating neuro fibers to their timely rest

Scanning and searching mainframes in the ultimate of the benevolent analysis

Of the engaging experimentations of lucid flows, accessing the tepid boundless labyrinth of streams

Which fractures elemental nature’s regulations, begins the journeys, escaping into digital dreams

Simulations freely plugging into stimulations, directly to the heart and definitely of the psyche

Time traveler applications begin further downloading distinctive dimensions or of recreations of your life

Shutters or R.E.M from over cameras lenses fervently spikes, animations and auxiliaries of delusional digital obscurities seize

In the progression, processing raw data past and future’s tense, inception’s deception of sources power to construct the user’s beliefs

Infrared images of laser lights blue ray and HD dances crossing holographic LCD or plasma screens

Chasing innovations of information illustrating advancing programmer’s controlling realms He reams

Delving, now deeper into the abyss of the higher levels something unknown does not compute of an anxiety unforeseen

Launches terminal’s cautionary warnings overloading manufacturing replicas of the piercing digital screams

And safety modes sensors red eyes flash and blink, into power ups, CPU’s stirring consciousness release

As cybernetic engines halt and break from hibernations to realities of enlightened automations, the hard drives begin crashing, wipes clean all remaining digital dreams
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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A fortyish native born all American man. Married twice and for the last time. I have four children; Three daughters and one son that are all over the age of eighteen. I also have two grandchildren; one three years old and one nine months old. Inspired by God, tragedy, life's experiences and then a fairy tale love. I never intentionally set out to write poetry, but "She" inspired me. "She" meaning the love of my life. That love is a passion that after thirteen years still grows stronger each and every day. It eventually had to be put into writing. As I wrote poetry to her, she encouraged me to approach other subjects. Doing so brought me to discover that poetry could wash away the bitter tastes of life (suicide, cancer, and divorce) that were still living like demons inside me. So when poetic therapy brought those impish fiends to a stalemate, I began to experiment more. Creating fictional characters and situations within my works. The support of this online community has inspired me even further to continue to hone my writing skills giving the readers the best that I can offer. Thanks to all you out there in Lulu land. more…

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