He set about
to correct his course
and crack the code
of a spiritual force.

But he brought
the wrong tools,
of logic and thought,
with all their silly rules,
he could think all day,
and it’d be for naught.

Head first,
he stumbled
onto the power
of persistence.
A force of nature
to combat the
bane of his existence.

A state of
knowing expectations,
wrapped in
playful curiosity,
and no matter
the what or when,
of the sensed implications,
to keep them alive,
over and over again,
and until they arrive.

he charted
his way forward
in harmony with his goal,
and in his inner mind
he heard,
“now you’ve found
command and control”.

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