Once more our paradigms begin to shift:
the premises of science are adrift
as outlines of a bold Akashic age
suggest philosophy’s reached a new stage
where here is there, or may be anywhere,
now nonlocality is in the air.
“The universe seems rather like a thought,”
remarked Einstein: not physically wrought,
but mentally imagined into being,
then afterwards susceptible to seeing.
Thus out of mind all matter would emerge,
the product of some cosmogenic urge,
then into mind again might disappear
and instantly, across the void, appear.