Zero

zero
nought
null
and void ;
nothing
out of nothingness ;
an absence
of absent absences ,
vacated
and vacant ;
empty,
emptied of emptiness ;
abandoned
deserted
bereft
left vacant,
a vacuum ,
out from the void ,
from nothing
null ,
nought ,
zero .

4 thoughts on “Zero

  1. Louis Kasatkin Post author

    Laura Bailey commented on your post in Avant-Garde- WRITERS’ HAVEN. Laura Bailey 10:55pm Mar 13

    I think that you covered zero pretty completely and well with great poetic flair!

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  2. Louis Kasatkin Post author

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    different i must say i think i like the.. nothing out of nothingness for me personaly and then the …abandoned, deserted, bereft …it reminds me of musical tones um cresendos? where the words are soft then the Bereft becomes the hard sound or loud note, and so when i look at the poem in this form it seems to work for me like a wave washing in and out on thes and of a beach . opens a new world for me thanks for the learning curve Louis Kasatkin

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    Clever. I like the way your beginning is flipped to be your ending.
    zero
    nought
    null
    Interesting exploration of void and nothingness. Did you succeed? I am not certain. Interesting as always though. You are not afraid to explore.

    “An absence
    of absent absences”
    I don’t think that worked for me… trying to hard… straining…
    “vacated
    and vacant”
    That worked for me. Flowed and easy to say out loud.

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  4. Elizabeth Kuriakose

    as it was in the beginning – so it is in the end – a wonderful commentary on the nought!

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