Please Press Enter – A Poem

Please press Enter

Please. Placenta.

Leave your shoes at the door.

In the process u r bodiless.

Fixed at a moment of eternal transition,

In the processor u r suspended.

Free in a moment of internal transistor.

Womb-bound afloat



For the first time since.

Everything is information.

Every thing is in formation.




A simulation.

In the process u r bodiless.

Free in a moment of eternal transition.


As a departure from my usual, something from my days of academia and pretentiousness!


13 thoughts on “Please Press Enter – A Poem

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    1. Thanks Sue – it’s a very ‘technical’ exercise in ‘cyber-punk’ esque doings from about 10/12 years ago. I like it as I like shiny objects, but I don’t love it like the warmer stuff.

      1. the word play is great, and I like the spareness of it–you wear academia well

        You know I love those bright and shiny things–I am fixated by them. Just call me a magpie.

    1. Lots-o-comments from you (thanks!) but I’ll reply all-in-one. Glad your enjoying the poetry, and pretentious is a great word, because even using it is a bit pretentious! Surely the quintessence of irony, ya dahhling?!

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