Jon Pear (a.k.a. NeuroAster)

Originally posted August 7, 2007 at http://ca.360.yahoo.com/neuroaster

In schmategory on February 21, 2008 at 11:23 am

Pencil’s brittle graphite wire is a wetware_treeware interface

Homework from the muse the rest of my life and metasapience

Eyes to see and ears to hear and immunity from pharisees

Free in spite of endless cognitive dissonance to harmonize

Still a perfectionist after all these years

Ever refined by the inner_critic’s fires

Dazzled and swayed by the muse’s wild desires

Paradigm_shape_shifting in and out of snares

Vex experts and never applaud demigods

Stand proud with pariahs and kind ganymedes

Document the human spirit’s resilient shameless radiance

Pencil’s brittle graphite wire is a wetware_treeware interface

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  1. I like the imagery in this poem, especially regarding the muse. It does seem like homework sometimes when the muse hits, inconvenient, yet often educational, sometimes frustrating. The inner critic is always the toughest one and it can be all consuming like a fire. I agree, the muse sometimes has wild desires, that’s for sure, it often takes us places we did not know we could go. I especially liked the line: “Document the human spirit’s resilient shameless radiance”, well said, and I get it.

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