Theorem

For purposes of illusion
the actual ascent of two waves
transparent to a basis
which has a disappearance of its own
is timed
at the angle of incidence
to the swing of a suspended
lens
from which the waves wash
the protective coloration.
Through the resultant exposure
to a temporal process
an emotion
ideally distant
assumes on the uneven surface
descending
as the identity to be demonstrated
the three dimensions
with which it is incommensurate.
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