Analysis of The Mystery of the Omniscient Elohim

Think: “Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh.”
Tensed with tense-less-ness!

Scheme ABC
Poetic Form Tercet 
Metre 10010 11101 11111
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 73
Words 8
Sentences 3
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 3
Lines Amount 3
Letters per line (avg) 18
Words per line (avg) 2
Letters per stanza (avg) 53
Words per stanza (avg) 6

About this poem

The mystery of the phrase that can never be unfolded intrinsically implies that The Divine called “G-d” or “The All Mighty is more than any possible understanding , far greater than the eternal unsolvable mystery of the unknowable TAO.

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Written on January 04, 2022

Submitted by karlcfolkes on January 04, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Karl Constantine FOLKES

Retired educator of Jamaican ancestry with a lifelong interest in composing poetry dealing particularly with the metaphysics of self-reflection; completed a dissertation in Children’s Literature in 1995 at New York University entitled: An Analysis of Wilhelm Grimm’s “Dear Mili” Employing Von Franzian Methodological Processes. The subject of the dissertation concerned the process of Individuation. more…

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