Part One: Matter
About matter and time,
the constraints of science,
the desire to define
the inside of our minds,
the outside of our world,
the motion and the form of the body.
The certainty is false serenity,
surrendering natural for factual.
Comfort is death. In a sense,
It is dependence. What is actual?
The world exists mathematical
Our religion is concrete comfort
We cannot move or stutter
All of it words to define words
What made us search first?
Anger at Nature?
Internalization of man's own failure?
Or woman's nature?
She says, Woman and Nature,
we are discussing matter..
They say. man is soul, woman is flesh
man is science, woman is nature
She is natural law, he's contrived law
From his search he makes illusion real or disappear
He is sprouting from his mind so much he cannot hear
Woman is sexual and tribal rhythm he deems inferior
She is pounding in the box
Attempting to pick locks with rocks
Or pins and needles
Trapped in all she feels
She's reeling. Afraid to dance from the core,
There's a stain in the mirror.
Where man cannot hear,
All I do is hear her scream,
Screaming Earth, and she was first.
She taught us to crawl, then walk;
Grunt and then talk.
The Natural Laws involve
acceptance, grief, awareness.
See, before we spoke of God
She was in charge - Natural Law.
In truth, man is in charge of God
Defining His image, His plan
In an attempt to understand
The mystery of life or to
Simply dominate Nature
As God's wife
As woman is to be
Merely the carrier of the seed ..
Her evil deed was fornication
But she was always twice stolen
From Her Self.
matter: n. Something that occupies space and can be perceived by one or more senses.
woman: n. 1. An adult female human being. 2. Women collectively; womankind. 3. Feminine quality or aspect; womanliness. 4. A maidservant. 5. A mistress; paramour. 6. A wife.
womanish: adj. 1. Characteristic of a woman; womanlike. 2. Effeminate and weak.
God: n. 1. a. A being conceived as the perfect, omnipotent, omniscient originator and ruler of the universe, the principal object of faith and worship in monotheistic religions. b. The force, effect, or a manifestation or aspect of this being. 2. A being of supernatural powers or attributes, believed in and worshipped by a people, esp. a male deity thought to control some part of nature or reality. 3. An image of a supernatural being; idol. 4. Something that is worshipped or idealized. 5. A man of great beauty.
man: n. 1. An adult male human being. 2. A human being, regardless of sex or age. 3. The human race; mankind. 4. A member of the genus Homo, family Himinidae, order Primates, class Mammalia, characterized by erect posture and an opposable thumb, distinguished by the ability to communicate by means of organized speech and to record information in a variety of symbolic systems. 5. A male human being endowed with qualities such as courage, strength, fortitude, considered characteristic of manhood.
nature: n. 1 The material world and its phenomena. 2. The forces and processes that produce and control the phenomena of the material world. 3. The world of living things and the outdoors. 4. A primitive state of existence, untouched and uninfluenced by civilization or artificiality. 5. Man's natural state as distinguished from the state of grace.