is triangulated through one
- it will always be easier to stare at the ground and move than movement whilst gazing after the universal roof
it is within the exercise of the body
that horizon endlessly more visible
than the cloud to threaten the clarity of the way forward.
To counteract this rigid truth
that the least visible be at least visible in its invisibilising cause
must the neck be trained, the head prepared
for the body of the Pyramid, in turn
is divided in levels top to bottom
the lower, lower, than the higher, higher
the lowest of all feeds all
the highest is fed by all
the at-bottom at the bottom run by all the above
the topmost running everything altogether.
In this principled pyramid
easiest does focus come where levels the same
and over-all especially against those below
and, according to principle,
hardest under-all for the sufficient stare to see
through to the top and build vision really:
- the lower the floor of the eye that tries to vertex meet, the sharper the angle for the neck to risk;
- and riskiest of all for the body remainder needed itself resource to re-source the rest of the pyramid all the same.
So, does not the empirical distance of this pyramid in itself to itself therefore explain
the breeding of as many myths for the skies it obscures to its many grounds
and likewise uphold respiratory structure to that down-the-neck breathing of a total power exhaled through the layers by a crown placed singular, final, atop all?
Well, now, if to build this neck with hopes of observing the full distance of the structure it feeds and the crown it empowers without folding over itself
the burden on its spine and sight would have to be shared amongst a collection of angle-shapers
each in turn taking in different part-moments of an image and presenting the evidence across a language yet to be levelled out…
To outstand pyramid organisation
and the inter-level division it reciprocates neckline intra-level
only a head-sharing language could entwine the sufficient point of view to bring about a structural collapse.