Creation is not architecture. Emergence is not design.
Should one let the sea wash ashore the glimmer of utopia?
Beasts live awash in mass equilibra, bees only breathe for their strata
At times the craftsman's ruler has to be taken to the wind patterns;
forge from iron and hubris progress, mine the thought for entropy reversals
-- creation is not architecture. Emergence is not design.
Children have said and still will with each iteration
-- collapse stalks behind a willow tree to be shredded for book pulp.
Beasts live awash in mass equilibria, bees only breathe for their strata.
Not that one should be fooled by optical illusion -- pyramids
never last, their dying base sinking -- they look eternal, but shrink!
Creation is not architecture, emergence is not design,
all abstraction and poetry being a pyramid more durable than flesh -- and as such
how noble could it be to fight that invincible foe, the breezy palm tree? If
beasts live awash in mass equilibria and bees only breathe for their strata?
Even hexagonal beehives emerge! What wisdom is to be found in human future or past?
Is the ability to mass produce soy lecithin concentrate an inevitability of mankind's fate? But,
creation is not architecture, nor is emergence design, and while
beasts live awash in mass equilibria, bees only -- bees only -- live for their strata.