terminal 5

March 20, 2011 § 1 Comment

There are many singular experiences that populate this living moment: the various sensations of sitting, this thought arising, the distant sound of a TV programme, the clatter of the keyboard. These experiences appear within the sense of being awake and present like travellers moving through the massive space of an airport terminal building. At night when all are gone save the cleaners and the guards, the massive space remains; unchanged and constant.



§ One Response to terminal 5

  • Poignant and palpable. Almost expect to see Mehran Karimi Nasseri or Viktor Navorski walk from the pages. Hope this doesn’t mean you are stuck at T5 on a long layover!

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