Plato’s Allegory of the Cave

19 Mar

Change is an illusion .

A piece of my fluctuating truth:

History is Bleating 3 tense’d repetition of time.

A triangle emanating energy.

Vibrations at a frequency and speed/direction, I imagine:

(intention over intensity tempers a velocity quotient),

again, emanating from each of the three vertices,

and  subject to the doppler effect,

like the sound of a siren.

Essence of Consciousness never Exhausts Itself.

That is a fact.

I am telling the truth.

I am a liar.

… I have been told my head lives in the clouds…

…from this horse’s mouth, allow me to clarify:

a helium balloon gravitates

up and wherever the wind

happens to blow it,

ever accenting, and outward-bound;

My head is tied to the present momento.

Heads planning future and ruminating past playing foreshadows and replaying present past, so it seems to me, those heads are in the clouds, clouded murky sour milky way.
I don’t know.
(I rarely do.)
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2 Responses to “Plato’s Allegory of the Cave”

  1. Johnri June 24, 2010 at 8:11 PM #

    I am reading this article second time today, you have to be more careful with content leakers. If I will fount it again I will send you a link

    • BeMused June 25, 2010 at 10:57 AM #

      Thank you! I’ll keep an eye peeled as well.
      ~BeMused

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