Update: New poem, “I rode a white beast.”

Circles, the best representation of eternal return
Circles, the best representation of the eternal return

I added a new poem,I rode a white beast.” After various analyses I have conducted, its structure is based on an implicit reinterpretation of Nietzsche‘s concept of eternal return. It is a central concept in his philosophy, suggesting that all events in the universe will repeat themselves infinitely. This theory holds that everything we experience has already happened an infinite number of times and will continue to do so.

Nietzsche believed embracing this idea could lead to a heightened sense of responsibility and authenticity in our actions since every choice we make essentially means reliving it for eternity. This concept challenges traditional notions of time and offers a unique perspective on the cyclical nature of existence.

I look forward to reading and responding to your comments!


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