Windows and Mirrors

Here’s another poem elaborating on the concept of the thought experiment, as to how it directly ties into what thought experiments are well, I’ll let you put that part together. It’s also somewhat of a continuation of the last poem, hope you like it.


Let the idea branch out, Rubik’s cube floors and tiles of all types. Squinting eyes and reaching out, just beyond that reflection is another reflection.


 

A few blinks later.

I can feel the weight of what’s outside of my perception.

Mirrors sets, glass skies, and marble waters

Sets of infinities reflecting each other.

Back and forth, with the wind and on a whim.

 

My shoe soles and the surface.

My eyes and your eyes.

With infinity behind each of our eyes, every moment in front of us becomes a piece of forever. I can still feel the weight of what’s outside of my perception.

The snow had melted and evaporated at this point. The moisture in the air let me know it had only changed forms. Watch your step, stairs or levels of square plains. The stairs were made of windows. Ironically, they were too clean for me to know if they were open or closed. On the fourth plain in the middle of the floor there was an edge.

Within and outside of my perception.

My shoe soles and the surface.

My eyes and your eyes.

Back and forth, with the wind and on a whim.

 

I sent my eyes on ahead to take a look at our tomorrows. My eyes came back after going forth, only to see that our tomorrows are a piece of the infinities that our perception barrows. Our reflection within that will help us see a little further ahead each time we look forward.

 


 

Poetry written by Arron Leland
I’ll try to catch the part of me that is falling. Until then I’ll try to learn how use my wings from the butterflies that hand me the phone when you’re calling. – Arron Leland

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