UKArchive ID: 36581Write The Right Old Rite by Fitbin
Originally published on June 3, 2016 in Poetry

This is an attempt to think new thoughts

I’m running the human race.
An evolutionary sprint with God.
Trying to beat Him on an uncharted track.

He can move at infinite speed.
Is indeed everywhere at once.
And is not bound by the limits of time.

But I can break through the illusory veil.
Ascend to an unreached summit of thought.
Through the will to power, find a third path.

Left or right, leads to the same point in a circle.
Break free from the shackles of sacred geometry.
Create a new alchemy, transmuting spirit into oblivion.

© Fitbin (fitbin on OLD UKA)
UKArchive ID: 36581
Archived comments for Write The Right Old Rite
pdemitchell on 06-06-2016
Write The Right Old Rite
Very zen this... the acheivement of Mohksha - the oneness with the 11-dimensional universe... how many zen Buddhists does it take to change a lightbulb? Two - one to change the lightbulb... and one not to! Mitch

Author's Reply:
Many thanks for the comment, I appreciate it.
I was trying to express a mental exploration.

Mikeverdi on 06-06-2016
Write The Right Old Rite
Enjoyed reading this one, thanks for posting here. A thinking mans poem.

Author's Reply:
I'm glad you got something out of it.
Many thanks for taking time to comment.

Pronto on 07-06-2016
Write The Right Old Rite
Smacks of the Unified field theory that I support though little understand. A brave attempt at new thinking.

Author's Reply:
Mucho thankos.
Yes all the divergent strands could be just aspects from the same source.