Meaning and Candor

Betsy Calabaza
Sep 16, 2023

Before the word, any, is formed

We do not know while we are

We presume and are susceptible to competing judgment

Verdict only arriving after the word

The presumption only justified thence

Then to be, without, before, during the birth of word

Is not of this word but of a word prior

The prior word not of being rather faith

Being and faith

Holding fast to believe

The premises of our being

Are our were wore fore word toward evaluation

Measured, and made significant

A lion’s vocal chords heard while a monkey’s howl becoming a book

A roar that negates all before

A letter that prompts a canvas for a reader that has no words

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Betsy Calabaza

blooms — crazy rants masked as abstract experimental philosophy. s/o CS Peirce