“Infinite Period”, 10" x 12", colored pencil on paper, © 2020 by Chas Wyatt

~ Richard Wright, , 1977.

The infinite period continues on through the void, the sentence has no ending and cannot be defined, or encapsulated in a world of conjecture, or logic. The verbs and adverbs rebel against grammarly perfectionism and cast asunder preconceived ideas and notions. The nouns and pronouns march against the vicissitudes of time eternally mocking the completion of a paragraph. The words continue without abatement. No rhyme, nor reason, that would only cascade into the fissures of a deaf ear. Could this be a statement? Perhaps, but it is definitely not a question mark. The soliloquy of syllables continues unrelentingly, echoing through the vortex of darkness…

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