Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Puddle Monsters: Puddles In The Sky

How long is the coast-line of Britain? Or how long
is the bounding circumference of a puddle?

It sounds like a simple question but the answer,
like a puddle’s edge, becomes more complicated
the closer you look. There’s an infinity there.
Or there’s something like an infinity because
when the scale becomes small enough nobody knows
what metaphysics—or what creatures—you will find.

I think that’s where puddle monsters live. On the edge.
In the edge. Where ever, what ever, the edge is.

Puddle Monsters: Creatures Of The Edge

Clouds are pretty white puddles in the sky.

Clouds have complex edges like real puddles.

Do UFOs fly out of cloud edges
and disappear into them to go home?

Do fish and frogs fall out of cloud edges?

Shifting infinities, do cloud edges
suck up people, make them missing persons?

Will dinosaurs fall out of cloud edges?

Thunder and lightning. Rain falls out of clouds.
Puddles on the ground reflect the lightning,
tremble in resonance with the thunder.
Puddles evaporate, rejoin the clouds.

To fetch a pail of water, Jack and Jill
went up the hill.
But everybody knows
nobody would dig a well on a hill.

Clouds have edges and water keeps secrets.

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