TechnoLove

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Techno green beats

A decibel too loud,

Approaching ultra-sound

The notes carrying to a fourth dimension

 

Kinetic energy in the disco room,

Going into supersonic speeds,

And we vibrate like particles

Of sub matter  and anti-plasma

 

And we move out to

Bluetooth and ultra-violet beaches

Where magnetic waves pound

On the infra-red sands of the beach

 

Can you feel the radio connection?

Between the two of us as

Newtons law of forces

Push us together

 

A disco ball made of CDs

Hover up above us, suspended

And electric currents

Zip by on the floor by our feet

 

And we move on a rhythm

Made entirely up of joules of energy

And the effects of gravity and thrust

And the oscillations of a swinging pendulum

 

Lights refract over frictionless surfaces

And we celebrate with the primitiveness

Of  ancient radio signals

And faulty wifi connections

 

Wild and free like so many cloned DNA

Experiencing the miracle of creation

And existing in the same square feet

Of the wide expanding universe

 

A moment in the time spectrum captured

And taken control of like any robotic mind

Till we and the technology that coexists with us

Blur into perfect mechanical chaos and calamity

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About saharsalman

Aspiring poet. Spectator of life. Words of Whim.
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4 Responses to TechnoLove

  1. Shaikh says:

    too much physics in one poem :p

  2. words4jp says:

    i know a physics professor – he would absolutely love this piece. (I, of course, love it too:)

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