If there is “Knowledge” then there must also be “Ignorance” sadly. Perhaps ignorance is rooted in fear, misusing knowledge to build walls around otherness, which prevents humanity from achieving true form: wholeness, harmony, and radiance. #haikubonus4#haiku63
I dedicate #haiku63 to Robert Hass and his poetry collections, “Field Guide,” “Praise,” and “Human Wishes,” which have influenced my writing style, thoughts on form, and my philosophy on semiology and science. Thank you Bob and Brenda!
#haiku63 is one of my favorites. The Haiku applies Ferdinand de Saussure’s theory of semiology to science. After words like gravity, mitochondria, and electromagnetic are stripped away then only universal phenomena remains. These words are names for the divinity we are uncoding.