Pieces With No Edge

A poem I like very much, with something interesting to say, rejected by Strange Horizons, Every Day Poets, and Anderbo. It has to do with a theory concerning the way our brains are able to process as much sensory data as they do. It’s based on work published in Scientific American. I’ve now edited it a bit more, changed the imagery in the poem, and it’s ready to go out again.

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~ by jmforceton on June 19, 2010.

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