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Think Of A Word

January 5, 2023

Not just any word

Rather the word A

Also known as the

“A”* word

One of two letters

In the Alphabet

That are also words

I cannot think of

The other one right now

I am playing with A word

Are you picturing it as a letter

Or just hearing A as a sound?

Where is it? In your mind?

Or your mind’s ears

(The ears that hear without ears.

Scream A in your thoughts

No one else will hear A peep)

Are you seeing A with your mind’s eye?

Is it there, or could it be in your heart?

It is in the middle of heart

Also, near the middle of earth

Same goes for breath

Heart, earth, breath and all

You have to do is b(e)

Now that you are

Contemplating A at word point

You realize A is always there

Where you need it to be

Kind of like (this is a stretch)

A subatomic particle

Being observed through

A Hadron collider

It is only visible / audible when

A is being observed

Same goes for the word


It is just there floating around

Till this blog post

Made you recall it, also

By the time you finished reading it

Were giving it that sing song recitation

Of when you first heard it when

Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews

Sang it in Mary Poppins

This is just my own Hadron collider

Round about way (get it? Round… collider.)

Though I didn’t really intend it

Think Of A Word

Was heading in a different direction

Yet, fell into my well worn path

That the correlation between

God and word(s) The Word, always exists

Even the “A” word

“In the beginning the Word already existed. The Word was with God, and the Word was God.”

John 1:1 

Eliminating the “beginning” part

Whilst trying to figure out

A linguistic way to express it

Without that story line narrative

Deeply imbedded in our

Collective un/sub/consciousness

Through religion and science

Via popular books and useless theories

That when everything always is, IS

The necessity of a demarcation

Divine or developed

Is counter evolutionary

To our own collective evolution

“A” word

Unlike the “N” word, used to distract adult children from facing a racist reality not actually addressed, due to the distraction.

“They’re only words. You can’t be afraid of words that speak the truth, even if it’s an unpleasant truth like the fact that there’s a bigot and a racist in every living room on every street corner in this country. I don’t like words that hide the truth. I don’t like words that conceal reality.”

– George Carlin

Seeing as how words make up reality, not to say, there wouldn’t be racists if there was no word for them. However, language is our reality and reality is our language.

“Just an observation,
Maybe I need
Different glasses.”

– Angelo Devlin


From → Bible, Paradox, Quotes, random

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