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All the Emptiness Creation Fills

Here in the space where of all we thought we knew, is something new.
No longer our forgotten places of the past make of us nevermore
Forsaken orphans of a duplicitous cosmos.To Immortals
We suddenly are a place, notoriety fills our space.For now the Truth
To us has been bestowed.Even though truth is hidden by every
Supercilious breath that blows my way, my heart remains inviolate.
For truth does dwell in the spaces of that which we know only as here,
There, and everywhere.Great minds long searched and sought for
The smallest bit of thing that probably, absolutely exists. Common
Knowledge were all the quantas-leptons-taus, and neutrinos.Yet
Who’d have guessed there was one more contestant for Smallest
Thing?From high in celestial kingdoms, earth’s noble race has the
Honor to know finally, really, quite absolutely this time for sure, I
Think, been introduced to the Muon Neutrino, the Smallest Thing in
All the emptiness creation fills.What now are we to do, what to do?
How embarrassing to confrm for so long that neutrinos were the
Smallest Thing.What now shall we do or say to welcome the
Muon Neutrino as the most, honorable Smallest Thing?
Flying through our bodies at 200,000,000 miles an hour is hardly
Time to say adieu, but good enough to know through us it flew.
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Jeffrey Lynn Naylor

Retired Professor of Literary Criticism, Philosophy, and Religion. Father of 6, grandfather of 6. A lover of all life has to offer. I have traveled the world, lived and worked among many cultures discovering that all people are essentially bound by a common thread. more…

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