The Copenhagen Interpretation of E-mails (after Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg):

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The Copenhagen Interpretation of E-mails
(after Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg):

I read somewhere, at sometime,
that everything and nothing exists
outside the space you’re placed.

Closed doors are quantum barriers
separating the countless possibilities
of constantly branching parallel universes.

Facts on the outsides of rooms
are blurred, until they are moved into
and created through observation.

So, ignoring Newtonian classical notions,
where time, space and rejection is absolute,
with eyes shut, many hands over multiple ears,

imagining one liquid crystal screen,
focusing on one mouse click outside this head,
what I hope to see are these words:

Thank you for your poetry submission.
We enjoyed The Copenhagen Interpretation
and would like to publish it in the next issue of

*** insert name of publication here ***

 

Published in The Blue Nib Literary Magazine (May 2018)

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