Pregnant Infinite Connectivity

By Benjamin Grossman & Amber (DiosRaw)

In a world pregnant with temporary encounters, yet enteral knots, in a world that romanticises and philosophises the abstracts of next lives and alternative universes we dispose in the now.

Every second is some form of a small tomorrow, every passing moment part of the long, long past. The path to the future is paved with repetitions, whether light or dark.

Eternally knotted cyclical patterns betwixt the comedy and tragedy of every breath of air ever taken by souls; likewise every drop of water consumed yet synergised. If only I could take your hand and disseminate to you the Divine plan simultaneously existing in the eternal.

If only … we could samba through the bosom of the storms, cross the space between distance and time, shuck our stranger status, or baptize ourselves in patience’s perfume. Then perhaps we could return to our primordial states, remember the superiority of our ancient nonphysical forms.

In a parallel universe, ancients crouched side by side, chuckling that in some other life they are apart. Ancestral roots, the thread may stretch and tangle, yet never to break with elasticity pinging all order from chaos into being. My lips swerve with the rhythm of your lineage of words flowing through this vessel, the tongue caressing each morsel of wisdom whilst antiquated DNA rides the veins.

I connect to all existences through your umbilical cordage. You are the dawn of entanglements, the prelude to love, the one and only starting point; and I become inseparable from these essences by being enfolded in your spiritual domain.

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I had a blast working with this poet! She has so much depth and spirit in her words, and she has a very thought-provoking blog that you can find here: DiosRaw. Make sure you check it out and follow her if you haven’t already done so.

43 comments on “Pregnant Infinite Connectivity

  1. DiosRaw says:

    It was wonderful to work together on this piece Benjamin, thank you! It was synergised very well. πŸ™πŸ»πŸ”·οΈ

  2. Kritika says:

    I agree that Amber has the depth and spirit in her words.
    Wonderfully carved profound words.

  3. VJ Knutson says:

    Wow! You captured my attention right from the title.

  4. Cassa Bassa says:

    This is an outstanding collaborated prose Benjamin & Amber! The depth you both illustrated through word flow is a pleasure to read. Thank you for creating! Looking forward to reading more!

    • Thanks, Cassa! It was nice to tap into a different style of writing, something a little different than my usual. Glad you enjoyed it. Thanks so much as always for your words and support!

  5. What a beautiful and profound collaboration Benjamin and Amber!!! Such a treat to read the work of two of my favorite writers combined. I absolutely loved it!!! The combination of your words and imagery made it so perfect. Well done my friends.❀️

    • It’s awesome to know this one struck the right notes, Grace. It was really nice working with Amber. She makes everything feel effortless. Much appreciation for you! Have a marvelous weekend! ❀️

      • Yes, she’s truly delightful and it’s obvious that you make a great team as is shown in this piece.
        Truly a pleasure to read. Enjoy your weekend as well.πŸ’•

  6. Ace says:

    Well done, Ben!!! Another great collaboration! Deeply spiritual too, nice work! Your creative talents are spreading!! People are lucky to know the incredible Ben πŸ–€πŸ€—βœ¨

    • Thank you, Ace! Amber really led the way on this; she made me think in different way. Thanks really nice of you to say!!! I’m honored by you. Have a lovely Sunday! πŸ™‚

  7. Aarushi says:

    This is such a beautiful collaboration guys! I loved this imagery of thisπŸ’ž the fifth para was a masterpiece✨✨

  8. Kamande M says:

    Beautifully written!

  9. crimsonposy says:

    So unique! Nicely done you two.

  10. saree says:

    I’ve started waiting for what you going to write man! This time you make it again. Wonderful piece of work.

  11. KK says:

    A beautifully blended article as a result of a beautiful Collab. It was a pleasure to go through it. Congratulations to both talented writersπŸŽ‰

  12. Lia says:

    This is a collaborative masterpiece… every one of your lines a balm for my soul. Just so gorgeous. You’re an absolute master romantic poet. “and I become inseparable from these essences by being enfolded in your spiritual domain.” That’s how it feels for me to read this poem. Great collab… one of my new faves. Yet another perfect pairing. πŸ™πŸ™πŸ‘Œ

    • Glad you liked this. A little different from some of my recent work and it was fun working with Amber. She’s really great and very nice. Glad you approved of that ending! Thanks again, Lia πŸ™‚

  13. vintageblack says:

    WOW!!! Great collab – congrats Benjamin and Amber, loved reading this

  14. A wonderful collaboration!

  15. cheriewhite says:

    So beautifully written, Benjamin and Amber! I too have collaborated with Amber and she’s awesome to work with! This poem is so powerful! Two heads are better than one!

  16. Sunra Rainz says:

    A great collaboration, and a very poetic definition of evolution!πŸ‘Œ Some lovely phrases: if only we could samba through the bosom of the storms / shuck our stranger status, and the whole of the 5th stanza! Love the image of the two ancients crouched side by side passing on wisdom. Well done both! β˜€οΈπŸ‘πŸ’•

    • Super! Glad you liked those parts. It was really nice joining up with Amber on this. She really brings so many creative thoughts to the table! Thanks again πŸ™‚ πŸ’•

  17. A. says:

    Beautiful post!

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