The Elegance of Weakness
More than what relates to the theory of relativity, Euclid the Great's slips, and Archimedes' confident assertion: "I found it ...".
The defoliant leaf (that is no more than the bay leaf, the oak, or even the irrelevant oat leaf) is
more than the newspapers of the Gospels and its sisters.
The ringing of the secretly tear (the tear of a human being or the tear of a dog) is
more than the ten commandments of the Lord screamed in vain.
And the ascension of a ascetic bird sings
more with its music than the noise of the legions of Napoleon, who sought her witlessness.
The beauty of its beauty and its weakness amazes me.
I am surprised by the elegance of weakness.
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