The background steadily dissolves away as your eyes are drawn into the centre.
Towards that single point of absolute investing focus.
There are no ‘other things’ or ‘different perspectives’ in this world.
Just a freshly-framed picture, every second of every day.
Each one appearing crisp and bold with definitive contrast, before a point is selected, and the periphery begins to exponentially corrode into that ubiquitous rusty blur that surrounds everything we cherish within the borders of our perception.
No amount of rustoleum can prevent this.
No quantity of refurbishments can lift its oxidizing growth once initialized.
All is consumed.
All, except that tiny moment.
That ever-resistent speck of data among a memorial sea of autumn-hued forgottens.
It lives on in each as a reflection of our own time-honored perceptions, and to remind you that there is always more than what we care to remember seeing.
Always another page to the chapter, another side to leaf accompanied by another insect we have yet to meet, but never will.
For he does not exist, this beyond-beckonable bug is yet another riddle pasted upon the mind’s crumbling prologue.
To know his name would be to forget the greeting card of another, as much as one cannot catch two trains at once, no matter how ‘on-time’ they may be.
The question is not ‘which bug do i want to meet’ and it never will be.
It is simply, “Do i wish to meet this bug?”
To which there is only ever one true option. Only one that requires us to invest time and energy into its manifestation.