Why I Am Not A Scientist by John Jack Jackie (Edward) Cooper

It’s what I’m for,
and everything else against; 

interwoven along the cosmic fence,
sovereign principle in action: 

what is shall always remain,
although invisible. 

I can see —
but feeling believe I know. 

Love bears the whole through a universe
everyone bleeds. 

What is must remain,
even though unrepeatable: 

only world, only soul;
only heart ever possible to acquire 

or acquaint—statement of the obvious,
tipped toward the point of oblivion, 

which every science shows.
True name for the indivisible — 

therefore, a god.

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