Viewing (the heart and the hallway)

As to viewing the space in the heart or the space down the hall

There was a dislocation of sorts; one of which caused a slight shift of sight

Colors were in the order of the phosphene effect to the one looking down the hall, out the window

Colors were in the order of a black and white gradient when looking into the space of the heart

The brightness of both—beautiful in luminous glory—yet different

Viewing a work of art requires the step back and sideways

Penetrates the thought patterns of the mind—the result is an internal delicacy

A delightful intrusion on an otherwise boring moment, thought, feeling

The imperfection in perception seeks to sway the mind to aspire

More towards the matters of a lovesick heart where the dislocation–the imperfection

 produces the most profound changes—the substance in the one viewing

And the one standing

Where you view and where you stand is the difference between matters of the heart

And matters of the mind

copyright Kim Cline 2018 excerpt from In the Fringe: viewing the review