“Everything is more beautiful because we are doomed.
You will never be lovelier than you are now.
We will never be here again.”
— Homer, The Iliad
Approaching the beginning of an end
is a crossover event. Convergence is likely.
Getting past, moving beyond, over it.
This consistency drowns its own promises.
At frequency, invention pretends tenderness
and, if lucky, courage. A day’s combined darkness.