Ophelia’s Death and the Paradox of Time-Vector in the Rational Thinking of Man

Ophelia, John Everett Millais, 1851-52

Ophelia’s Death and the Paradox of Time-Vector in the Rational Thinking of Man


How poetry is silent admiring her death? Ever so beautiful in the fall of her hair

Time meta-trageth time in the mirror of existence

Saw the final dissolution of her metamorphic play

Shining like a star and drowning like a sun in the winter marshmallows of her youth

Slowly interspersed in space in the quantum-mevon world

Dream’s speech offered her the true light of consciousness

And in that binding of the self too pure was her matter earthly

A frame has frames many frames within the cosmic exegesis

To what the eye responds through the vermilion-psychiquazim

Ophelia was a child, a princess of her destinies

With a true heart of surrender to the life in her songs

A rose is a yellow moon in the fractal e-cubic vision of her art

Sine cosine angular momentum in tetragonal Brahman bliss

Art can speak more than the language of art, its vehicle is transformation and change

Mirrors stand gazing at Plato’s retrocausality in the cave allegories of his thoughts

Intelligibility is a king-shot hot-line offered to Hamlet

Often misunderstood by the strains of his character

What error stabs Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in the von-Neumann projections of history and time?

Oh Friends! Man cannot die till he bears the cross in the golden pentacle of his dream.

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Ref: Retrocausality, Samij Datta, 2012