Getting back into A swing of things, I’ve missed the past couple of prompts for the wonderful mixed company of creatives that take part in the Friday Fictioneers (yes, please DO join us!). So here’s to restarting refreshed…
So this is our journey. No way out of it. Bound together, bound apart, bounded in. We call it “Situation.” Shared in common. Held by circumstance. Anything might bow us, but both will be effected. The cords behind, some measures of rest, and whatever comes next – it all impacts the song. Lucky for an other – no sound can be heard if there is only one, if our strings never touch. Though sometimes cross and crossed over, at others we vibrate one another to the sweetest hum. It happens together in our ever-bordered context – the space of our entanglement.
N Filbert 2013
25 thoughts on “Entanglement”
I heard songs and i also heard deep truth of life in this piece…nice to meet you here and am now following to relish the sweetness of your words…
thank you very kindly sir. headed over to your place to browse even now!
Such a sweet story.. I like the way you wrote this line: “Though sometimes cross and crossed over, at others we vibrate one another to the sweetest hum.” It can be connected at so many other levels and not just cellos. Loved the way this story juxtaposes with relationships in the real world.
is this a quantum entanglement reference? I liked it, and got the feel that they were more interconnected than meets the eye.
i always hope the references stretch as far as the reader can fill them! Thank you
That is some interesting writing. Sweetest hum… hmmm.
You wax poetic this week. Nice.
Very philosophical. I like your interspersing of musical lingo throughout.
thank you Rochelle…good to be back
thanks for stopping by
Isn’t there an experiment that gets string instruments resonating with each other when a particular note or pitch is played? Your story reminded me of that, crossed with a love story. Very nice 🙂
Beautiful writing, I enjoyed it a lot.
thank you for saying so. the musical query does sound familiar
full of pun-type material, but full of heart too. well done.
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I really like this story that can be felt on so many levels. thank you.
thank you for saying so!
very well done..like a song
Dear Mr. Filbert,
A cerebral story of contemplation and companionship. Kudos.
thanks so much
A beautiful concept – I have been reading about entanglement in the context of physics…it’s especially nice that the concept works just as well in the context of spirituality 😀
“no sound can be heard if there is only one” – it takes two to tangle!