Aesthetic Truth

Understanding the left hemisphere interpreter.

Understanding the left hemisphere interpreter. From Michael Gazzaniga’s (1989) “Organization of the Human Brain.”

My life in you becomes a living dream—
reality without a gravity.
between the spheres I cannot find a seam
dividing good from good’s depravity.
between our eyes a portal opens wide,
a hall of mirrors, in yours I see myself,
and there love’s vertigo makes groom and bride
become a single, god-like plural self.
With all the passion wrought in earth’s creation,
we write in flesh a mythic genesis,
but from the fear and pain comes pure elation,
that gives a face to epigenesis.
As love gives life to worlds without restriction,
good truths are often truer born from fiction.

About thepoetsglass

Professor, poet, philosophical dilettante, plus some other impressively heady alliterations. Instructional designer and copywriter. Cognitive neuroscientist by night. Self-diagnosed coffee addict, sometime dancer, brooding bibliophile, and an always salty sailor.
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