More worlds are sandwiched

There’s a limit to words’ possibilities.

For even those with great capabilities

Beyond  the edge of our language

More worlds are sandwiched.

At least that’s what the probablility is

2 thoughts on “More worlds are sandwiched

  1. As Eliot wrote (Burnt Norton) “World not world, but that which is not world”

    It’s a paradox that as soon as we name ‘nothing’, we make it ‘something’ 🙂

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    1. Yes,I used to read that alot at Oxford.It is strange but as soon as you move away from simple concrete descrirptions language becomes paradoxical or even meaningless.
      We used to talk about the difference between the empty set,which is something and zero which is meant to be nothing,


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