A haze builds up in front of my eyes,
clouding all the bits of universal data I ache to analyze.
Experiencing a restlessness of an intensity unusual;
growing, changing, almost exponential.
Intentional or unintentional?
Circuits in my brain skip connections,
effervescent thoughts bursting to get to the surface,
fizzing around in all directions.
Interferences to be interred – at some point… not now.
Reality is crystal clear, somehow:
molecules of light buzzing through my veins;
the aurora borealis burst from within –
free from the confines of expectation and imitation.
Free from the confines of society,
I have Light.
Light that overcomes the night.
Battle one, won.
© Annalinde Louw 2012
I found these images using on Google
This piece was written on 22 June 2012
I need to remind myself often that the biggest battle is internal; but we all have Light that can overcome the night. Let it blaze!