PandoraWhat would be poetry like in 2045? What would be like to upload in your bio-system the stream of consciousness and a process of writing a poem with the same intensity as was for the original poet? What if you could “feel” the poem in the same way as the original writer, with the same association of ideas? What if you could “know” the poem in a way that you couldn’t differentiate the real author from yourself? What if you would not need any longer to scribble, type, or write the poem, but you would stream words coming to you?  Thoughts with nanobots straight into your veins. What if you could not make any longer distinctions between the “originals” and “plagiarisms”? What if you stuck on some limited number of poems as a result of the interplay of human consciousness and all languages? What would be like then?

molecule-assembler-synthesis-peptide-ribosomeThis is the poem re-created with a combination of new nanobots and the poetic molecular assembler.

“I found on the Internet this poem tomorrow,
And I hit the exponential axis of the next day;
I remembered that this winter lasted as long
As Spring that never arrived;

I touched the screen of my poetic molecular assembler
and broke off sneezed and coughed winter’s back
with a spin coupling of blue eyed grass
and yellow primroses;
Dali_nself-replicated the light in a dark emotion
sprouted early Spring days;
clothed sun’s radial nodes with laser rays
cut words with a precision of a diamond’s atoms
exiled from blooming line a muddy trope
Rebirthed hope in every downcast snowdrop
And smiled in a new baroque warbling style
While I nested new poem’s end in a long hall mirrored rhyme
With losing the self in the chemical gardens of “his” novel Versailles.”

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