Dec 14 2006

Black Hole Love

Category: The Transcendental CowboyRandall Kelley @ 15:29

The two things he never saw were her mouth saying she loved him and her eyes saying she didn’t.

Still, it’s been a long, long time. (In this or any other galaxy no matter how far, far away). So he determines that he must come to the inevitable conclusion that he got lost somewhere in that disconnect between her feelings and her intent, and therefore he does not exist “in her eyes OR in her mouth.” (as he puts it).

Seeing that void between feelings and actions as the “Black Hole” of personal physics, the Transcendental Cowboy asks, “Is there someone else, besides me, that calculates existence by the absence of love? And if so, how many people has it been since we met?”

TC

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