King Sun no longer orchestrated time in town;
sunrise and sunset lost their purpose.
In the Age of Enlightenment,
that rhythmic duality that is at the beginning of everything
found itself eliminated
from our physiology and our consciousness.
Like newborn babes,
we were to mistake night for day.
Night was to be exorcised,
dragged unsuspectingly not into the light of day
but under the streetlights.