Into the Vortex, A rabbit hole, fallen… A coordinate in time, not birth, but t=0; No bang, just collapse! Into a black hole, Your mouth at the centre of our vortex.
No multiverse, instead: Daughters – black holes – of mothers.
Comfort and saccour? In God, in heaven; the Mother from which you collapsed.
Dangling tits in black pools submerged. Those daughters of a daughter. And some, too. Swimming in a tear duct, A humongous pore. Teats! Swirling in a vat, On God’s porous face, Life and death, Pulls down.
Film: Interstellar (2014) Director: Christopher Nolan Script: Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain and Michael Cain Released: November, 2014 Production: Syncopy and Lynda Obst Productions Details: 12A; Sci-Fi; 169 min
Day 1: I actually watched Interstellar twice as, first time round, the Computer Exchange DVD was kinked, developing into a full-blown play challenge as we hit the worm hole sequence. Time literally came to a noisy, slow-time, juddering freeze-frame stop, as I tried to navigate through the wormhole sequence and into the beyond, but had to abort mission…