Phenomena

A wind took the spectacles off their perch
Taking away the phenomena from subject.
That is a phenomenal loss to subject body
Like mandible found missing under a jaw
With consequent loss of freedom of speech.

Body’s loss is phenomenon, in instalments,
Of things lost to their interconnectedness
Like pieces of far mountains lost to houses
Or strip of a blue sky lost from a dead tree.
They are phenomena while subjects prevail.
Objects are lost in them, drowned in death.

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