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Paradoxophy
by Debashish Haar
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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An Experiment with logic (and neologism)

The more visible something is,
the more uncertain it’s,
and more obvious it’s nowhere,
or even everywhere.

If only I could see
like your eyes,
I would first be transparent,
and then invisible.

Would you compute my refractive index?

 

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Reviewed by Gene Williamson
Debashish, I'd be glad to compute your refractive index,
if I had the wisdom to do so. In lieu of that, I'll just
enjoy the way you assemble your words. -gene.
Reviewed by Duke LaRance
I'm so glad that I blundered into you again here at AD. I'm in and out of here so often that I don't know if I am afoot or horseback. While I am the master of stating the obvious, you are the master of Profundity.

duke larance -- the drugstore cowboy poet
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
I very much like this new-ism, Debs. It's one and the same yet opposite, holding shape and meaning within its contradictions. The more that is known about something, the less we understand about how it "is", perhaps: like the difference between understanding "how go the heavens", but not "how the heavens go". My refractive index is pretty palty, but your paradoxophical vision is pretty much a hawklike 20-2! :)) xx
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
This poem fascinated me, like Peter said need to get those binary vitamins!

Much peace, love and light,

Amber
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader)
The uncertainty principle of Werner Heisenberg nuanced in poetic verse. The more precisely you measure a property, like position, the less precise the measurement of another propertry, like momentum. I need to take my binary vitamins before computing refractive indexes; but I'll get back you on that one. Good poem.
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