Dissolving the margins


Dissolving the margins


The borders between you and

not you and

everything in between are too thin

painfully thin. You feel every hair

every fissure of the not you.

Every moment you blink with the eyes that are not

yours and breathe with someone else’s lungs


You die get born give birth and die again

the endless times during

the day and night

all the relentless hours of now


Here is everywhere


You have no edges left

The you is stretched through every moment and every place


That person at the table to your left, his fingers on the glass of water – you feel the startling coolness of the perspiring glass, you feel his aching right molar and you connive at delaying a visit to the dentist yet again, his trickle of sweat is running down your backs and his thirst makes you gasp for water.


You feel bile rising in yourhis throat because of this unrelenting proximity




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