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Algorithm of Equipoise
by +Steven Curtis Lance
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
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"Absolute freedom informs the position"

Algorithm of Equipoise

As space is curved to make what goes around come
Around that much better so I can have some
I wait for the some which is coming for me
All I am attuned in anticipation
With a sense of curvilinearity

Absolute freedom informs the position
Of poised pause prior to initiation
Where possibility awaits ignition

Though my eyes are open behind them I know
That I am one of the ones to be alone
I see the possibility I forgo
And whether wisdom or fear of the unknown
Which keeps me attuned in anticipation
Of poised pause prior to initiation
Absolute freedom informs the position

I avoid conflict but see how it destroys
Those who against their better judgment submit
I strive for the perfection of equipoise
To transcend tallying and the tit for tat
I know what I would like and it is not that

If I found it I would know that would be it
I might never but I keep an open mind
Leaving nothing since here there is no behind
In which to leave things but only around me
As space is curved to make what goes around come
Within its curvilinear direction
Around that much better so I can have some

Only this point with all within connection
Here where I lost everything and it found me
With a sense of curvilinearity

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Reviewed by Lew Duffey
I find myself wandering as I read. There is depth here. I believe I will read it again for I fear I have missed some. Great writings are like that. They spur the mind to think.
Keep'm coming.
God bless,
Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe
This is very good. Made me smile.
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