day eighty four.there was a frequency in the air that sizzled the way telephone wires do
when i picked up the electric buzz your body generated next to mine.
swam in it for awhile; curiously mistook the hub of electrolytes
dancing ionized glory on the surface of your skin
for something far less superior, or more.
and i swear, i swear our continuance shifted. i swear that the wander of wavelengths
radiating from the base of your throat rendered itself the course of grace.
dawn frowned upon day like it wasn't supposed to be there
just yet. night creeped the covers of cosmic daze.
and all the while,
you just cracked and popped in time-strewn intervals dimly, vaguely
here and there,
here and there.
A guide to breaking Earth."Sir, sir, please do not touch that!" The panicked man jumped between the hand and the button. "Please sir, with all due respect. No touching allowed, not even for you. I understand it's your first day and you're curious, but please. This room is very delicate!"
"Aww, Grim, what's the worst that can happen? Why are you named Grim anyway, you look too cheerful for grim." The young man shoved his hands in his pockets and whistled a carefree tone as he walked around the busy room.
Men and women in formal clothing ran around. Papers flew from one side to the other and a lot of buttons blinked as a large monitor, which occupied an entire wall, displayed an image of the world's map. Different numbers flickered on top of the screen, while a control panel filled with weird-looking symbols lined the bottom.
"Is that Earth Grimmy? I never knew it was this small."
"This is just a map sir. Look Jerry, if I can call you that, why don't you go back upstairs? I'm sure you're needed."