principle – i
when i left the house this morning you were there.
returning, at the door, I’m afraid to open.
principle – ii
when i left the house you were there this morning.
returned, at the door, I’m afraid to open.
principle – iii
this morning when i left the house you were there.
now back, at the door, I stand afraid to open.
principle – iv
this morning you were there when i left the house.
now at the door, returned, I stand afraid to open.
principle – v
this morning you were there.
now i am not sure.
principle – vi
you were there, now i am here.
where you are i am not.
principle – vii
where we are we are not.
are we where we are?
principle – viii
i am not sure you are. but standing at the door
i think i hear you say, “alles ist gut.”
Seems a word play but hints at deeper issues. A relationship not in synch, or maybe even a Schroeder’s Cat quantum weirdness. The old Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, if you observe something it is changed. The German at the end saying it’s all good, all for the best?
CW, I was playing and hinting at both Schroeder and Heisenberg, and it is about the uncertainty that plagues most people and relationships, even though there is nothing to be concerned about and despite the reassurance that “all is good”. I will extend and edit this to contrast this with the certainty that pervades and underpins the natural world.