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The Brain Instructibly Intensified

Posted: October 25, 2010 by 7efellight in Epigrams, Excerpts of published works

This is an excerpt from The Progress of Delinquent Poverty, published this year on Amazon.

1
Labor, exhilarating cortices
In children, broadens neural syntheses.

2
Inside a laborer the brain is chastened,
As new connections by the work are hastened.

3
Labor re-shapes the laborer with more
Synaptic intercourse within the core.

4
Inside a laborer the brain extends
Mutual cohesion in synaptic ends.

4a
Labor inside the laborer affords
His brain more patterns with effective words.

4b
Inside ameliorated brains in loose
Divergences the neurons broaden use.

4c
Labor inside the laborer amends
His neural fabric for constructive ends.

4d
Brains working in the breadth of words expand
Clearer comprisals in a broader band.

5
Labor inside the laborer may mold
His brain more deeply, making lessons manifold.

5a
In labored metamorphoses the brain
To godlike consummations may attain.

5b
Labor ameliorates that laborer
Whom studious emulations will bestir.

5c
Learning from metamorphic labor, soon
A boy would futile childishness impugn.

5d
Labor, transmogrifying schools, imparts
To rapid students their contentious arts.

6
Teaching inside the brain is taught by acts
Of application as the neurons wax.

7
Labor inside the laborer allows
His brain immense attainments to espouse.

8
Teaching your sluggish neurons, tutors mean
With careful processes you should be keen.

9
Labor inside the laborer enhances
His brain and more facility advances.

10
Teaching internal neurons tutorage
In factories, we must all factors gauge.

11
Labor inside the laborer augments
His neural aptitude for competence.

12
Teaching internal neurons to attend
Composite labors will the brain amend.

13
More work untutored neurons need to stir
Synaptic knitting, where ideas occur.

14
Teaching internal neurons to attain
Inurement as they work will knit the brain.

15
More knowledge for untutored neurons shall
Be knit into them as new tasks befall.

16
Under the tutorage of builders would
Not children learn to build their livelihood?

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Profit me, Hermes (the beginning)

Posted: October 14, 2010 by 7efellight in Epigrams, Excerpts of published works

Profit me, Hermes!

by F.L. Light

Proficere in Latin means to go forward, and in pursuit of profit to the fore Fred Light goes with 1121 couplets as rhythmic as the prosperous esprit of commerce and finance. Profit is envisioned as the best fruition and revealed to bring the earthly rapture of success.

Profit to readers in profusion is
No less than opulent in sentences.
This book the busiest happiness reveals,
Which every profit-worthy maker feels.

1
Profit me, Hermes, disillusionments
Providing where illusions make events.

2
Prompt leaps of profit, rapid Hermes! Far
More joy provoking where the fastest are!

3
Free enterprise a great ascension proves
And follows Hermes’ profitable moves.

4
Resuscitating animosity,
Resolve with Hermes on ascendancy.

5
Profit me, Hermes! proffer lucid dreams,
Lest my adventures founder in extremes.

6
Prompt leaps of profit in a light apart
From laggards overcome a sluggish mart.

7
Free enterprise a deft ascension is,
In concord with accepted presages.

8
In reason proving animosity,
Procure with Hermes profitability.

9
Profit me, Hermes, questioning my sight
Of semblant fortune, if you’d set me right.

10
Free enterprise a boon ascension is,
In keeping with benign advantages.

11
The mind’s impersonation is in man
Embodied, meant to follow nature’s plan.

12
Profit me, Hermes! wisdom prospering!”
And for my trades directive omens bring.

13
Free enterprise a great religion proves,
Not breaking from the gods’ portentous moves.

14
Mercurial spontaneity, no less
Than Hermes dashing, seizes on success.

15
Profit me, Hermes, no unfathomable
Allusions bringing in an oracle.

16
Assiduously rational, my speed
With profitable Hermes will proceed.

17
Sprack in mercurial spontaneity
The fittest traders prove, for profit free.

18
Profit me, Hermes, with suspicions fit
To grasp before occasion is unknit.

19
Assiduously rational, ascend
Where business rises, profiting no end.

20
Prime in mercurial spontaneity
Mike Burry is, from obfuscators free.

21
Profit me, Hermes, with enigmas meant
For comprehension in an exigent.