Lines do not exist.
Properties of lines are described by invisible
forces that do not exist insomuch
as they describe. Descriptions do not exist.
Words are non-existent creations that describe
properties of interactions of non-existence.
Words do not exist yet form phrases.
Words spontaneously form creations that briefly
flare into being and vanish again, the
only evidence being an echo or
shockwave which may be described
as a chain reaction of creational-existence.
A word implies its neighbors, the neighboring
words imply a phrase a line a verse. A poem
is an implication. The implication explodes in
the mind of the audience. The poem only
exists within that explosion and then is dispersed
carrying its own
implications—a wave elongating
as it recedes through the vacuum.
A poem is an explosive fury so brief it
cannot be proven to exist, only implied through a
series of impressions left behind in the audience-mind.