If I search I’m sure I’ll find an answer, maybe even the answer.
It might be hidden in the spray created by splattering drops on roads,
Or in the morse code of the sun coming in and out of fast-moving clouds,
Perhaps in the lonely of a supermarket parking lot at 4 am.
If I search, I am sure to find the question to fit the answer as well,
It might be a matter of discovering silence in a fish market,
Or dancing with the soaring, swirling blue tongues of a sulphur fire.
Perhaps at the core of a supercell, in the juggernaut churn of its violence.
Maybe it lies in the life and times of the shifty, sub-atomic character: Muon,
That attends no social gathering or event for more than 2.2 microseconds,
Or in the infinite schemes and plans spinning in the round eyes of a two year old,
Whose pupils are always dilated to swallow the world whole.
Somewhere beneath this copper sulphate blue tent lie both parts:
The perfect duet of the right question and the right answer, waltzing away,
And I’d want to sit and watch their performance from beyond the rink,
If only someone would give me directions to the damn ticket counter.