Thursday, July 28, 2022



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“Already seen. Already known. Already lived.

Deja vu, su, and vecu.”--V.E. Schwab.

Loop Quantum Gravity is mysterious merging--

merging of quantum physics and general relativity.

Relativity is the dependence on physical phenomena,

phenomena relative to the motion of the observer;

Observer, of course, can be anyone;

anyone certainly includes you.

You should realize all objects are in motion-

motion starts at the cellular level.

Level is also relative, and never linear--

linear theories are mostly confusing;

Confusing confrontations can be seen as growth;

growth has several dimensions.

Dimensions, also, are not linear; rather overlapping.

Overlapping as existence in several at the same time.

Time, like matter, is just a construct.

Constructs are actually phantoms.

Phantoms of substance and co-creation.

Co-creation touches our past and future.

Glenn Buttkus

Loop poetry

Posted over at d'Verse Poet's Pub MTB


robkistner said...

Excellent write Glenn. You lassoed this form and wrestled it admirably to the ground. I like the feel of your piece here my friend. Love the subject matter you embraced. Cool writing brother! 👍🏼🙂

Grace said...

I felt like I was in the loop of the past and future merging and co-creating. There is more than one meets the eye for sure. It's all relative. Thanks for joining in and have a good Thursday.

Candy said...

I can hear Spock reciting this

Reena Saxena said...

Scholarly composition!

paeansunplugged said...

What a fantastic loop verse, Glenn! I would have excelled in Physics in school if I had had a teacher like you!

Marion Horton said...

Expertly done, Glenn.

JadeLi said...

You have a knack for loop poetry. I feel educated in reading the thoughtbytes and realize that they can be in any order. They have the feel of fractal about them. I believe the constructs are the mind keeping itself from being bored. Not sure where I recent read it (maybe an epigram to one of your other poems) that the brain is a good tool but a terrible leader. I agree. said...

I felt very much in the loop, and looped as well. Wonderful, Glenn!