Little-Matter

STHI-ZUN, Samij Datta, 2012

The Parameters of Earth Day Celebration, Light cast Love and Friendship Between Man & Nature (Primal-bond kinesis on auto-electrodes of Alblackica) – Consciousness is Absolute

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Time and its movements on Earth are sacred to the Sun

Sthi-Zun is the oldest particle on vacuum-hymn tetra-aeonic bliss

Happiness is the golden ratio in the pentagram

Upward flame pointed towards the sky on an auto-helio-matrix

Re visioning the five fragments of matter as consciousness

Cyclical anti-cyclical movements generate energy and balance

Light as love is peace as knowledge

Light as love is light again, after the darkness the star awaited her return back to the seas

Wave of beings floating in the air of sacred hieroglyphs

They are Rohaman, Johaman, Froaman, Droaman and Mroaman

Love is the freedom in mortal cytoplasm

Existence on earth as love is the fruit we bear for the hard toiling in the woods

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The Universal Psychiquazim Worship on Earth Day: Earth on Earth is Earth to Earth

Psychiquazim, Samij Datta, 2012

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The Universal Psychiquazim Worship on Earth Day: Earth on Earth is Earth to Earth

Light’s intensity melts in her pacific vastness

She was the room-late-wish of time as space-soda

The vermilion cylindrical psychiquazim meditating upon earth De Macro-state (E-C-E)

Zanumba lines are open on red-shot place

Earth on earth is earth to earth

Space-gap is the owl-light-wish of time-gap

Earth in earth is earth to earth

Space-well is the hymn-height-will of time-well

As the child learns to grow to have the eye-camera varltumin      

To put to frame earth’s magnificent images of struggle and love

I see the day when darkness recedes

As an emblem song of Jethro Tull with wishful thinking and memories

Function-Gate = 4XZZ (9FRE) = KIJA (YETAK + UTAK)

“Let me bring you songs from the wood:

to make you feel much better than you could know.

Dust you down from tip to toe.

Show you how the garden grows”.

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Ref: Jethro Tull Album, Songs From the Wood (1977)