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  What I say is, if the world exists
It consists of knowledge, whose forms
Are both in conscious perception and
In consciousness, in idea form.

Light brings all to visual perception,
But proves to be of the nature of idea,
Since within our consciousness all things
Appear in exact representation --

Or do they? We make that assumption,
But every viewpoint that surfaces
On that perceived varies precisely
In the ideas that form within that mind

Expressed as what is the case, only
An opinion: what is truly
The case is present in the moment
By moment movement of the world

As the unfolding of what is,
Outdoing all the certain schemes
Of creatures, empires of man,
To manifest its own deliberations.

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September 14, 2008
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