A friend asked me if I am a poet or a philosopher. I think I reflect, gently connecting the opposites, weaving my feelings into verses. Here it is as “The ephemeral”, my reply to him.
Tickled I was by an interesting AllPoetrycontest. With the prompt “When poetry meets science”, it is to be based on four laws of physics: (1) Newton’s first law (Inertia) (2) Law of Gravity (2) Theory of relativity (E = mc2) and (4) Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle.
Here it is as “Laws of life”. Enjoy.
Every autumn when the grand old tree opposite my house sheds its leaves and becomes bare, it leaves me in a state of awe and wonder. The absolute sheer raw beauty of its emptiness fills me up with divine serenity. Here is a creative take on this amazing autumn performance as “Oh, what a lovely life it is” outlining the life’s profound philosophy of emptying oneself to experience the fullness.
On Monday a friend of mine was educating us on radiotherapy in cancer treatment especially on challenges of irradiating the right spot in areas that are constantly moving, like lungs, abdomen. This triggered my muse fusing science and philosophy.