Museums

Museums

A Chapter by Dr. YumnaKay
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Ramblings of A Tired Mind.

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where do we find 
ourselves

in museums of thoughts,
where each thread dances
on its own and our fingers,

outstretched, trying 
to grab a single one...
processing. 

where do we find 
ourselves

perhaps, 
in hidden sheds
or tangible shreds,
deemed or bound
to be doomed. 


© 2019 Dr. YumnaKay


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Have you ever seen a movie called "Interstellar"? If you haven't I don't wanna ruin it for you but this poem is related to the climax of the movie. The black hole at the end of the movie is essentially a "museum of thoughts" that can interact with itself and use the 'future' to influence the 'past'. It's actually a pretty cool way to try and explain time travel while trying to stay as close to real world science as possible. Unlike the movie though, this poem is less hopeful which is far more realistic and likely.

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dr. YumnaKay

1 Month Ago

I've heard of the movie, certainly, but not being a sci-fi fan, never attempted to watch it. But it'.. read more
David george

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You'd still like it, the sci fi stuff is not why it's a good movie. Now that you know what's going .. read more



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Seems to be a sad pen wrote these words, Yumna? There are times when doubt creeps too close for comfort and, whilst your poem is as ever rich with language, there's a distinct hint of delay, of holding onto something unwanted. So hope this is imagination rather than experience on the go, third niece. Hugs.


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Dr. YumnaKay

1 Month Ago

I suppose I do tend to gravitate towards negative stuff more... Thank you so much for reading and yo.. read more
emmajoy

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Know you just a little or more and truly don't think that's negativity but wanting or needing to bal.. read more
we really feel the pessimism here...i like the power of the wording...my only wish would be that the museum idea which is so different, came back around toward the end of the poem...i felt that kind of got dismissed...
j.

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Dr. YumnaKay

1 Month Ago

I suppose I did get carried away and just rambled on in the middle :x
Thank you so much for .. read more
Have you ever seen a movie called "Interstellar"? If you haven't I don't wanna ruin it for you but this poem is related to the climax of the movie. The black hole at the end of the movie is essentially a "museum of thoughts" that can interact with itself and use the 'future' to influence the 'past'. It's actually a pretty cool way to try and explain time travel while trying to stay as close to real world science as possible. Unlike the movie though, this poem is less hopeful which is far more realistic and likely.

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dr. YumnaKay

1 Month Ago

I've heard of the movie, certainly, but not being a sci-fi fan, never attempted to watch it. But it'.. read more
David george

1 Month Ago

You'd still like it, the sci fi stuff is not why it's a good movie. Now that you know what's going .. read more
bound to be doomed,sitting on a shelf watching life go by

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Dr. YumnaKay

1 Month Ago

That's how it is, sometimes...
Thank you so much for reading, wordman :)
This is well painted, Dr.
You really captured it all.

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Dr. YumnaKay

1 Month Ago

Thank you so much, Kay. Glad you like it.

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