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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 9/21/2010
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 9/19/2010
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 8/22/2010
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 8/22/2010
This poem fascinated me, like Peter said need to get those binary vitamins!

Much peace, love and light,

Amber
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 8/21/2010
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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