Musing Over Biocentrism

Musing Over Biocentrism

If I were to let you go –
would I survive?
Smoke filling my lungs,
coughing out asymptotes;
curving with no end,
the space between –
half way gone,
and half way here –
what is our equation?

Empty space filled,
parallel universes –
sprawling out our story,
it does not live in this plane,
or does it?

Calculate, divide, tear –
generate some concept,
mathematically playing numbers,
into the perfect octave,
in some place …
time; that ends,
with no beginning.

The dance of brainwaves,
escaping through the wormhole,
left leg reaching,
right – light still here,
the numbers continue clicking,
Fibonacci spinning our definitions –
framework of an imaginary existence?


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Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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5 Responses to Musing Over Biocentrism

  1. ~Lady Day says:

    Love it. Of course. Hope you’re well Angel.

  2. Love it! Math …is Poetry… is Math!

    • Memoirs of a Dragon I utterly agree! I was so excited when I saw you share about Fibonacci, Senryū poetry. I have been playing around with them, but not ready to share. 🙂 I am a little obsessed with the Fibonacci number. I wrote a poem last October that was triggered by the Fibonacci number. I wonder if I get to thinking about it every October? I will wait and see next year. 🙂

      • Your ‘Fib’ from last October is amazing! Math is part hobby, part profession for me, and I have always been fascinated by Fibonacci. And to recently discover that there is a poetic style was like being handed a new toy! Initially, I was aimless, but once I chose my own photographs as my ‘muse’, then I felt ready to post! SO much fun and challenging!

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