NATURE

I
A subtle chain of countless rings
The next unto the farthest brings;
The eye reads omens where it goes,
And speaks all languages the rose;
And, striving to be man, the worm
Mounts through all the spires of form.

duality in the parable of  Marsyas : Apollo demonstrates that Nature without Spirit is but an empty sack of skin.

duality in the parable of Marsyas: Apollo demonstrates that Nature without Spirit is but an empty sack of skin.

II
The rounded world is fair to see,
Nine times folded in mystery:
Though baffled seers cannot impart
The secret of its laboring heart,
Throb thine with Nature's throbbing breast,
And all is clear from east to west.

fundamental particles lurk “each form within”

fundamental particles lurk “each form within”

Spirit that lurks each form within
Beckons to spirit of its kin;
Self-kindled every atom glows
And hints the future which it owes.

— Ralph Waldo Emerson 

 

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