Motion, as in its absolute value (Stein Poem)
You must be always one.
So there is no need to move.
This is the basic teaching of expression.
The privilege of its absolute value.
You should take a chance and express an art.
Hold your arms and legs out. Watch.
You will see the trace of your enemies.
Try to make some medicine for them.
You will make a big waterfall.
Because of your weight or imagination.
Because of their movements maybe.
Its grandeur will depend on nothingness.
These are the liberties of expression.
What we do with reality.
Composed with Gnoetry 0.2 and the following source texts:
Gertrude Stein, The Stanzas in Meditation (Corrected Edition) (50%)
Longinus, On the Sublime (25%)
Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Mind Beginners Mind (25%)