A flash poem I wrote inspired by a Porcupine Tree song:
I smile above, I frown below, I bathe in shades of undertow. I seek the sky, I feel the earth, I glow with pride and know my worth. I sit and stare, I’m pulled above, by twenty hawks and one white dove. I kneel and fall, collapse within, recall all that I’ve ever been. So very hot, so very cold, the senses sing a thousand fold. And me just here, and me just there, alive is more than I can bear.