phOEnix & pOEtry
Never were there, in heaven nor earth,
Such a love as this, the two are one:
The Phoenix and her turtle dove
(Or, the turtle dove and it’s Phoenix).
It’s all the same, from grave to birth,
All One: onely I, is the Transcendent One!
In perfect love there’s no world-Division!
For each (The Magnificent Phoenix,
And its beloved little turtle dove)
The other so much did love,
That two were one, and, in one, none;
When, all in all, the final word is done.
As each in the other dies, in fiery flame
And, into immortal life, returned again.
And this forever will always be True
As we, since ancient times, were told and read!
“Always true,” that is, until—all birds are dead!
Then, ah! How much there is to rue.
Alas, few ‘ve dared speak of it before,
That, almost hidden sound of sorrow,
Deep within the Phoenix ‘s keep,
And pardon us, if we with tears
Must sometimes speak for great
Is the suffering, great is the woe.
Notes: Anyone who has read any of my work on the EO cipher, etc., will see, amazingly, to a scintilla of a detail, the exact logic is implicit in Shakespeare's owne, "The Phoenix and the Turtle," which I developed entirely independently, and it matches to a "T". The above is just my introductory poem to my very brief essay, soon to come, concluding facts from analysis. It's already written, so now I must wait, till the Muse says, "finish it off!"
***Just so the reader knows, it just so happens that. . . "∃ (a backwards E) or existential quantification, the symbol for "there exists...", in predicate logic; ∃! meaning "there exists only one" (or "there exists exactly one") - see Uniqueness quantification." -- Many ways to "skin a cat." Of course, that is onely OnE of my reasons to use the backward "∃."