elf robert chadis


Poem Of Everything - Poem by elf robert chadis

Basically we think in harmony with what i call Cosmic Abstract
Relationship - - the source of everything, including dark matter, life
beyond our grappling imaginings, fractals, strings, knots and a sphere
outside that dances with gravity; before big bang and after
Perlmutter´s whimper- -eternal relationship abstract cosmic.
Everything participates in infinite abstract cosmic relationship; even
how come we love roses and the beautiful moon, and Lana Turner and
Clark Gable; we enjoy relationship because it is what we are.
A tragic failing in logic is the ignoring of vector- -what is the
direction of the thought: Without relationship there could not be, e
g, electrons; relationship comes first; electron comes from
relationship. Abstract relationship is that without which, nothing;
and with which, all.
Everything is the effect of relationship expressing itself; it does
so in pattern and repetition, thus producing form; form lives. This
is tracked by time; time is the trail of events; form in relationship
with time is life. We foolishly reify time, as much else; reification
is the curse of philosophy, making things of ideas.
Random does not mean chaotic; random is in relationship.
The notion of beginning is absurdly reific. There is no need for
there ever to have been beginning. Relationship simply IS.
Evolution expresses relationship of individual with environment;
evolving happens, together.
All physics forces express cosmic relationship; that is what they
do; they are expressions of cosmic relationship.
There is nothing but Relationship-manifesting-itself.

Topic(s) of this poem: cosmology

Form: Blank Verse


Poet's Notes about The Poem

There is no need for
there ever to have been beginning.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 21, 2016



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