The Who at Dinner with the Why and Where
She thought she was going to slap him but before she could, she decided that what she desperately needed to do was to kiss him; a profound and passionate kiss encompassing the totality of her ambivalence. However, the interval involved was just long enough so that neither occurred.
Her unreleased emotions, matter and antimatter occupying similar but not identical spaces, noticed each other, somewhat warily to be sure, a healthy wariness, … for more than just all involved. Teasing tendrils of each extended outside the bounds of temporality seeking the other.
Space and time are intimately related to motion, in fact, it may be that motion is more than just a representation of the consequences of energy on matter. What if motion had an existence separate from time and space and the latter two were just indicia of its reality?
If so …
What of motion’s relationship to emotion or is the resemblance just coincidence. Freud would not have thought so. If there is a relationship then what is emotion’s relationship to time and space? Hopefully all such relationships are healthy but the probabilities would seem to run in different directions.
Is direction important to motion? It seems important to time but perhaps that’s just an illusion. That would be pleasant. Streams of time spinning off in different directions with a once and future hero attempting the art of their navigation. Time surfing, …
She thought she was going to kiss him; a profound and passionate kiss encompassing the totality of her ambivalence but before she could, she decided that what she desperately needed to do was to slap him. However, the interval involved was just long enough so that neither occurred.
Why weren’t the what and when invited?
© Guillermo Calvo Mahé; Manizales, 2015; all rights reserved