Gravity grabs out of sight

Resurrecting an oldie. Please comment.

Light takes time but gravity is instantaneous, present.


E=mC2, speed of light squaredxmass =Energy
in the light

gravity grabs
but out of sightgrvity grabs 1 (2)

we flick on the light
and we’re off out in sight
photons and speed of light
determine our relative plight

objective observer is there
awake from quantum slumber
of “observer makes a difference”
but “what can I do”
– being there is a clue

Just like gravity
and rather than a radiance that takes time to reach
the whole body is present
in the present

we are lost in projection
our parameter, perimeter, para-matter)
of our world’s photonic sense
from our eyes

is matter

gravity is presentgrvity grabs 1 (1)
presence is there
is before our time
(of photonic projection)
is creation

The whole body
is true self
whole self
present in creation
is of creation,

and reprogramming
from knowing to unknowing
then a deeper being

The layers of photonic
reckoning in
time and space,
as identity

Orientated with
whole body
solid matter
in gravity

Presence who is
the future and past
the way
and contains our part

2 thoughts on “Gravity grabs out of sight

  1. I personally love it.. Especially the play on words and how you draw on similar-yet-new definitions and create entirely new perspectives by breaking some words down; shedding a new ‘light’ on what/how something is typically conceived. If anything, i wish you played more with the format in the first half of the poem to really showcase your manipulation of words. I think the emphasis on individual phrases (as seen more towards the end) is achieved more in this way and allows for a different quality of interpretation… But anywho– i applaud natural philosophical wanderings, this piece was thought provoking and inspirational 🙂 thank you for reblogging it. I often wonder how many amazing poems have been posted but held from my minds-eye deep in archives… Sigh


    • I appreciate your in depth feed back. I wrote it ten years ago but hadn’t blogged it before. The perspective I have allows for the expression but the perspective itself, I’ve called it “Orientation”, is what I want to pass on.
      Thanks for your comment; I’m encouraged and touched.


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