Curiouser & Curiouser

    Curiouser & Curiouser

I want to know just what You are;

It isn’t fair.

I know You’re there because I see effects most every day,

Trying with techniques to portray tiny marvels I survey; 

Often evidence where all my senses sense it,

It phenomenal

Demanding observational

Acuity deepened, sharpened all the time

To make more room

In this small brain mine.

So HARD to explain!

I maintain, it isn’t fair

To sense, intuit a You there

And not go further.

Perceived or grasped:

Faster, richer processes:

Reflex gestures quicker, slicker

Bod/mind far less inclined to tire, slacker,

Ageing voice extant but thicker 

Yes, this Godly thing,

While not for hire requiring attention,

Feels plainly like ascension.

Yet there’s more I do not know than know.

Not overcome than triumph over.

It may always be so until all my ten toes stiffen.

While this vital life’s still lifting

I am curiouser, curiouser,

Cursor always subtly there

And light as air.

This condition being human,

Never to be constant zooming upward,

High grounds of this sort, though not a very steep escarpment 

Nonetheless, are always sharp when meant to climb

In actions, thoughts, aims, ends and rhyme.

Curiouser & Curiouser 9.13.2018 Revelations Big & Small; God Book II; Arlene Nover Corwin

 

For readers whose English is not their primary language a dictionary and Thesaurus is the best gift one can give oneself.

Acuity; sharpness or keenness of thought, vision, or hearing: intellectual acuity | visual acuity.

Slick: done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way: Rangers have been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game.

Slacker; idler, shirker, loafer, malingerer, work-dodger, clock-watcher, good-for-nothing, sluggard, slug, laggard; informal passenger, lazybones, slugabed, couch potato, cyberslacker

Escarpment; a long, steep slope, especially one at the edge of a plateau or separating areas of land at different heights.

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