Nychthemeron

i wed my heart 

to the horizon line

inhaling the breath 

that in turn breathes mine.

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the liminal progresses

to a matutinal hue,

as i yield to

the auspicious sway

of the dew.

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The Greek word “nychthemeron” is used to denote day and night with no separation between them, a single twenty-four hour period on earth. Once you leave the earth’s rotation (time), either bodily or through a quieting of the mind, separation is nonexistent.

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© M.G. Iannucci 2017

Painting: “Noch ein Tag” by Wolfgang Rose

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