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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