I Began Somewhere Poem | Mason Bailey


I Began Somewhere

In a place where the sounds of melody were not promising and uncertain of composition

jumbled up notes that speak to ears that only two people could translate and sounded like common noise

nothing of use

I began somewhere in the sequence

Drum patterns became distinct among the white noise

Oxidizing movements in my veins, the solace position of curiosity

On the brink of awareness of self but wanted to break the reflection

Spirit in the distance as it hummed through my senses

Decisions to amplify and synthesize my existence

hollow features of the morning with exhilarating thrill as they left nameless

oral consumptions endorsed the numbness of all mental traffic

ghosts that move through my windows, I found traces of spines mineralized in soil

I began somewhere

In a place where the beginning is a vapor and the following was foreign

As I stand in place where vibrations of the world melt down to the invisible

I almost hear the melody of uncertain, the one where only two people had the translation

And now I am the three, seeking in within planes of existence to find some existential profound definition, the melody was speaking to me through the clouds of mental folds

dwindled down to the consequential whisper but in the position of acceptance of departure

I heard the humming of the drum, palms that pound within pattern

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