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Lesson in infiniti

written by: Don Knowles

@DonKnowles3

 

Lesson in Infiniti
Concept of our reality
Enduring past perceptions mark
Promise of eternal continuum
Stacked up and racked up
Pointing to all directions simultaneously
You add to it
Subtract to it
Infinite calculations
Still this list of numbers remains the same
Building on its conglomerations
In this our apparent finite world
String theory builds our nest of heaven
Infiniti is the twigs and bark
From binary to fractal repetition
This human urge to understand
All mystery and their founding
So take comfort in
Take solace with
This holiest of numbers
As you count from one
You'll never be done
This Your lottery ticket
For life and all its forms
everlasting

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

In knowing there is this Infiniti my faith in the universe and all its goodness increases.

Don Knowles

Don Knowles

My writing is typically written while I'm on a treadmill, so I call myself "the treadmill poet!"

Born in West Chester Pa in 1960 I have been inspired to begin writing again through my interactions with two people I care deeply about that are experiencing the torrents of mental illness.
Don Knowles

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