Poetry?

Recently I attended an evening on Poetry and Medicine. That triggered my search into all those files that created the basis for writing my first prototype and the specifications for

T2i - Infinity

T2i – Infinity (Photo credit: @Doug88888)

my second prototype. Since then, I have fine tuned my skill to write ‘software specifications’ considerably.

However, at the time of travelling along my intellectual odyssey of ‘software-aided thinking‘, I did not only write in tables, to distinguish between The Old, The New and The Difference; I also wrote ‘prosaic poetry‘ or ‘poetic prose‘. That’s what I’m publishing here now, one page at a time. It’s meant to be a reflection of those insights that I had.

For I don’t want to share my insights. I want to give you the software lenses with which you can gain those insights yourself; so that you enjoy ‘aha’ moments and ‘eureka’ experiences. So far, the right combination of funder, coder and application has not presented itself. However, trust me to keep trying!

Meanwhile, some of my insights as follows:

Time, Space and Energy

  1. The Big InterChange of Evolution
  2. Dynamics as a Precursor for Harmonics
  3. A Transformation of InterChange
  4. Movement, Motion and Change
  5. The Dance is Eros
  6. Transformation and Change
  7. How to Be – That is the Challenge [Day 1 of National Poem Writing Month]

  8. Thus spoke the Sun of Suns  [Day 2]
  9. Energy is 3D Resonance  [Day 3]
  10. The Trance of Existence  [Day 4]
  11. Fields of Electro-Magnetism  [Day 5 – albeit a day late :(]

Eternity in Time and Infinity of Space

  1. Eternity in Time, Infinity in Space and Zero in Motion [Day 6]
  2. The Big InterChange in the Ocean of Light  [Day 7]
  3. The 3D Light Sea Embeds and Embraces Us  [Day 8]
  4. There is Simplicity in the Order of Complexity  [Day 9]
  5. Spiral Motion under the Looking Glass  [Day 10]
  6. Infinity of Space is as much an Illusion as Eternity in Time  [Day 11]
  7. Infinity and Eternity: Maya or Illusion  [Day 12]

Philosophy and Symbols

  1. Human and Cosmic Vantage Points  [Day 13]
  2. Spiritual Experiences of God  [Day 14]
  3. Light and Matter  [Day 15]
  4. Understanding Number  [Day 16]
  5. Number Wisdom for CyberPhilosophy  [Day 17]
  6. When Light breaks on the Surface of the Eye  [Day 18]

Mathematics and Functions

  1. What do they do, our Cosmic Numbers?  [Day 19] 
  2. Rotating Twin Spheres  [Day 20]
  3. Cosmic Twin Symmetry: Double Spirals in Twin Spheres  [Day 21]

The Wisdom of Numbers

  1. From Zero to One: a Quantum Leap?  [Day 22]
  2. From One to Two: another Quantum Leap?  [Day 23]
  3. From Two to Three: how about ‘Quantum Cubes’ as Metric Units? [Day 24 – sorry late due to travelling]
  4. The Eternal Process of Creation   [Day 25]
  5. Cosmic Constants  [Day 26]
  6. From Constants to Variables  [Day 27 late due to Celebrating 50 Years of Computing @ CERN]
  7. Numbers in Arithmetic(s)  [Day 28]

Physics and Physical Phenomena

  1. The Photonic Ocean of Light  [Day 29]
  2. The Appearance of Physical Phenomena  [Day 30]

And my Prose: 

28/04/2013: Celebrating 50 Years of Computing @ CERN
21/04/2013: Good News: Winning an iPad and Coaching by IBM
20/04/2013: Making Compelling Value Propositions(s)

And, finally, the best aide to making sense:

Hermann Hesse: The Life I Chose Myself

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5 thoughts on “Poetry?

  1. […] then, I also expressed my insights and understanding in prosaic poetry, in Visio diagrams and in writing five patents. But an American IP lawyer advised me to withdraw […]

  2. Christiane Ledakis April 12, 2013 at 2:30 am Reply

    sounds fascinating!

    • Sabine Kurjo McNeill April 12, 2013 at 7:35 am Reply

      It is!

      Ways of describing what I know and find MUCH more enjoyable expressing in this way.

  3. […] is it so rare for me to be understood and believed? Why do more people like my poetry than the potential of my software? When will my idea of Smart Knowledge Portals see the light of […]

  4. […]  coding and other forms of expressing thought. What’s the difference in thinking, when writing poetry, prose or code? Or is it interpretation what we’re doing when we think we’re thinking? […]

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