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Quantum Physics

One mind says quit
another one says press on
One mind tells you to stay
while another one says get gone.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder,
a paradox of irony for one to ponder.
The very thing that makes you laugh
will also make you cry.
And there are times when we must be cruel
in order to be kind.
Why is life so bittersweet?
Why do opposites always have to meet?
The great attraction of the poles,
without repulsion, would not hold.
What is this pulling that we all feel?
Are we crazy or is this real?
Is there something bigger going on?
Or is the tiniest, the great beyond?
That quantum world
where everything exists
thought forms and matter
all turn and twist
to become whatever we
will them to be
which means we create our own destiny
and I am you and you are me.
That is the way it's meant to be,
I, and I, and I are we
and everything that will ever be.


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The following comments are for "Quantum Physics"
by MuddyBraun

The interaction of opposites
creates heat
the beat of stars,
cold fussion in mason jars
Quarks that bark
leptons that crept on
and mesons meet
socially at event horizons

Heady stuff, well presented. Nice job.

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: June 30, 2009 )

Excellent Ponder
Or is the tiniest, the great beyond?
I'm looking forward to more of this. Physics is the new philosophy. Poetry is the spoonful of sugar.

( Posted by: poeteye [Member] On: July 8, 2009 )

Thank you for your kind comments. I feel encouraged! (Watch out!!) Sorry it took so long to respond back. I love to write but I am PC ILLITERATE!! I am just hoping that this comment actually gets to you!! Wish me luck!

( Posted by: MuddyBraun [Member] On: July 15, 2009 )

Thank you for commenting!! I enjoyed your insight. Yes, I suppose poetry is the spoonful of sugar. I like that. Although I think that some of my poetry is more akin to a vial of vinegar...I like to think that it can be found sweet by a receptive and insightful palate.



( Posted by: MuddyBraun [Member] On: July 15, 2009 )

I also liked these lines...
The great attraction of the poles,
without repulsion, would not hold.

( Posted by: poeteye [Member] On: March 24, 2011 )

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