Arguing about “God”

Is God all-powerful, all- knowing, all that? A pseudo-spiritual reactor or Schrodinger’s cat? I thought I would like an answer for that. Since right on the fence is where I’ve sat,   With a philosophical version of the Cat in the Hat. So…   Would God know how many stars are made, Across the universe at […]

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Purfle

nature’s purposeful poverty the vitality of generousity in pollen, pip, and petal a sumptuous cyclic certitude . cement, cities, and systems offer obstacles and obscurites resulting ruminations  of the itinerant troglodyte mind . the meandering mycelium  of heart navigates the labyrinth a dive and drape caress of tender roots interlocking fingers as two respire . i aspire  to a momentary […]

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Heowien

as light illuminates a labyrinth  of curls and variegation, i strain to see through the fissure in the cave wall, longing to touch more than mere  shadow. . © M.G. Iannucci 2017 Photo: Rose in the garden of Saint Patrick’s Seminary – Menlo Park, California .

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Paradigm Shift

sand spills from granite foundations, jigsaw tessellations. brick and mortar  bureaucracy that gathers energy into a ray  of bleak determinism. .  i sift the sands through my toes as shock waves massage my soles, and sensations escalate – like a sweet, warm-hand shimmy on a thigh. the rising heat paints a red-shift sunset glint, in my wide-open […]

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Cogency

lines within a strange attractor, the tendency of the minute  vibrancy of charges to wander,  slithering the circumference like  a multitude of saboteurs with no will. . what do i decide of the fire in my belly  that urgently desires to be heard? it is my choice to unravel the breath that moves and folds the spherical vortex. […]

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