Set Forth into the Deep

This poem largely draws upon platonic thought so as to express how we have come to experience reality as separated beings. It encapsulates a world view no longer acceptable by the masses but for the poet it remains the fabric of heaven by which to colour and give contour to the ineffable. If it is true that our individuated souls repeatedly come in and out of existence, then surely we are free in part to say something good about this cyclic process. And should our rigid minds lack the intellectual valour for deductive reasoning, then at the very least we can ponder what it might be like to be wholly one and then to set forth into the deep in order to become our own radiant sun. Click on the image above to dance with me along the edge of time, let us light this great expanse with melodious measure & rhyme.

Love & light,



About Philosopher Muse

An explorer of volition and soul, a song under a night sky and a dream that forever yearns to be.
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6 Responses to Set Forth into the Deep

  1. zennfish says:

    Beautiful piece on duality and the forgotten oneness.

  2. inesephoto says:

    Thank you for this wonderful poetic message, music and geometry! I don’t know the exact order of things yet, but I know it is beautiful 🙂

  3. inesephoto says:

    That’s a beautiful definition of beauty 🙂

  4. Elisa says:

    Yes, beautiful. Thank you.

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