foolishly I called this a rubai, but in fact it's not in that form; it's simply a small verse . . .
I had to think about that last line for a while!
Excellent :-)"Seeming" and "Being" would seem to be two basic categories of existence . . .
Being is the referential whole which creates the subject. Seeming belongs to the subject and remains subject to the referential wholes or background intelligence or language.Categories are the way the subject organizes his experience, which itself depends on what is awake and facilitating experience.Seeming and seeing is related to being in the the same way MacdDonald is related to Samosas.How are youGood to see some poetry after a long time.
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