mathematically inclined poem to make dreams more logical for those who doubt the poets' sight. inspired by "imagine" by john lennon (and the remake by a perfect circle) and most notably the sci-fi novel WE.


WE

i am what i am, undefined, infinite,                                                                         yet restrained.

[promethean, i fly,                                                                                                   i am the radical of negative one,                                                                            we are (irrational).]                

the x variable within me screams out                                                                      for definition, because liberation leaves                                                                 room for error,                                                                                                        but error is divine.

"don't you dream? of anything at all?"

[imagine.]

"fraternity." 





Poetry by Zachary P. B.
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Written on 2007-02-08 at 01:08

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liz munro The PoetBay support member heart!
I don't understandstand maths
very well but I know your equation = GREAT
poetry.

BOOKMARKED.

L.
2007-02-08


Kathy Lockhart
Dear John Lennon has inspired many on here in the last couple of days. I really love the message and the construction of this poem MSZ. Your poetry is rich!
2007-02-08


Dan Cederholm
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This is so cool Zachary!!! . . .

and I imagine fraternity and all is ONE

But I hope that you didn't stole fire

from Heaven . . . hehehe

All the best, Dan

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2007-02-08


night soul woman The PoetBay support member heart!
I am back!I forgott :D and *bookmarked* of course!
2007-02-08


night soul woman The PoetBay support member heart!
O!That's so cool!I like your poem Zachary and what a coincidence please read my poem Needless to say I write about Imagine as well!Wow that's awesome!
2007-02-08