I – Introduction with footnotes of poetry
Difference is not unequal in itself
Difference is difference,
Only differentiated by system
Difference is offset.
A system divides prior di-vision
Di-vision just is,
But division opens and lands un-just
To divide in fact.
Di-vision is the difference of people
It re-turns only that which is different
In to its difference.
A thing is what it is if its difference
Is not not-itself,
Things must be indifferent to each other
Re-turn to themselves.
Systems and division are the same thing
Choosing which difference,
Their choice is unjust, is theirs differently
Is difference re-signed.
 (Water is offset.)
 (To sea-son in fact.)
 (By its own weather.)
 (indifferent to other suns)
 (Re-turned from their light.)
 (The Water re-signed.)
II – Difference is anti-itself
Di-vision as difference stuck in difference
Leaves Difference without,
Difference born beyond differentiation
Sets a fall withal.
Difference is existence between systems
Difference before, during and after all such
Drops all such in time.
Within the fall a sure Justice takes form
Which landing upsets,
Even the most Just still lands unjust too
Still too unwatered.
Still, some systems do fail worse than others
Yes, more unequal;
Because di-vision can divide at will,
Justice must be willed.
Justly, di-vision should be self-a-where
Know its indifference,
Being qua being makes all what it is
Being knows itself.
Self-a-where-ness would be knowing made whole
S/C-iting a limit
Where the un-known means a Just loss of sense
Systems can only sprout un-a-where
Find their place, themselves,
And more un-a-where they survive themselves
More so they do grow.
Inequality must not be the end
Just the beginning,
Justice the meaning of its erasure
A-where of a Fall.
So, difference to fight difference for water
But henceforth not for division in fact
That is, a-where-ness of falling-always,
Nothing stands alone,
See difference in standing unjustly done
Start falling again.
Systems are set up ignorant of themselves
They know everything
And then failing all the same, they ignore
The fall they divide.
Justice is the will to avoid the crime
Of all division,
Seeking an a-where-ness of di-vision
That fails as it falls.
III – How to fall
Difference not unequal in itself,
Only when landed
Does it fall to all the injustices
Of self-made systems.
How-so one system unjustly divides
Different systems will,
Justice to be limited to this guide
To make systems fall.
But not falling for death in full falling
Each fall still falls short
Next di-vision re-port all it divides:
Difference, Justice, Fall.
The fall is not the end but endlessness
Difference being start, duration, finish
Justice or the impossible memory
Of fallen difference,
What just is justly falls in the same way
Difference for-gets all.
To let systems fall or build them better
All ways for-getting
Justice the auspicious anti-system
To bring difference in:
From behaviour but never in fact,
Falls into system,
Systemically fails to meet Difference
But just still more Just.