Much Ado Over Trifles?


Illustration from English Caricaturists and Gr...
Illustration from English Caricaturists and Graphic Humourists of the Nineteenth Century, by William Rodgers Richardson (writing as Graham Everitt) :Engraving by Robert Cruikshank :Captioned "With her flames and darts, and apple tarts, her ices, trifles, cherry-brandy, O, she knew not which to choose, for she thought them both the Dandy" :From The Universal Songster (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Searing bright endearing light

enraptures me with glee.

That nothingness could be so right

is a paradox to me!

*

Dissolving of the Ego’s spell

has made me see at last.

To think that it works so well,

this indifference to my past.

*

Unity with the source of life

absolves me from my sins

and delivers me from strife, it does.

That goofy Guy Upstairs just grins!

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  1. Once we fade into nothingness, we won’t know the difference anyway. Lucretius, however, reminds us that nothing yet from nothing ever came. Go Figure & please let us all know when & if you know what you figure…

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