This Poem was Submitted By: Robert L Tremblay On Date: 2003-12-03 23:40:25 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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                               Zibeline X, a (O!) nystagmus,                                    Woven Canon Ezra job,                                      A departed Ibis;                                  Prefer QKQ /I (refer PSI),                                        Bidet raped…                                       ABO jar Zen on                                       “Acne Vow Sum”                                 (Gatsy “No!” axe Nile biz).

Copyright © December 2003 Robert L Tremblay

Additional Notes:
Note: This poem is a full palindrome (reads backwards and forwards the same) that contains all but a few of the letters of the alphabet and contains a deep, spiritual truth. A “road map” to understand the symbolism and meaning of this poem is attached below. Zibeline X refers to "the Beautiful Christ", zibeline meaning "sable fur" and being used synonymously for "beautiful. X is the commonly accepted letter symbol for Christ, thus "the Beautiful Christ". "a (O!) nystagmus", is the pleasurable shock to the awareness that Zibeline X has caused the eyeballs of the reader to oscillate at the "seeing" of Zibeline X as presented. "Woven Canon Ezra job", refers to the job the "Beautiful Christ" would have on his appearance into this world. In the Bible, Ezra was given the task by God to rebuild the Temple and the walls surrounding it. "Woven Canon Ezra" refers to the Book of Ezra which was woven by God. The "job" of the returning Christ will be to rebuild the "Temple", which, in this case, refers to the "soul of humanity". "A departed Ibis" is a reference to the Egyptian goddess Isis, exalted by all Egyptians in her day. She is mentioned due to the fact she was the most powerful deity of her day but she was eventually "dethroned", unlike the lasting endurance of God through Jesus Christ. "Prefer QKQ/I (refer PSI)" is shortened form of "I prefer QKQ/I (refer PSI)" which translates to "one quadrillion (Q) degrees Kelvin times one quadrillion divided by "I", which is to minimize the effect of that multiplication by "me". "refer PSI" means to direct the reader to search the Proto Symthex Indexing, a computer program for indexing each word in English based on semantic or morphological similarities, for the meaning of Q and K. "Bidet raped" is reference to someone who is the Buddha, the Christ, would be "violated" in a society based on power and violence, although the Buddha, the Christ, would survive due to the true power behind His personage. "ABO jar Zen on Acne Vow Sum" is reference to the Buddha being jarred by his own physical attributes while existing in a state of Nirvana. ABO is shorthand for blood type grouping, which is symbolic of the physical being of the Buddha. The physical form of Buddha "can" move the Buddha off His "center", albeit, only slightly. "Acne Vow Sum" refers to the "Buddha" - acne being a small blemish of the physical, Vow is the source of worship, and sum is the totality of the Buddha, all three together representing the complete Buddha. "Gatsy "No!" axe Nile biz" refers to the "gat", which is a rhythmic movement in a traditional raga, and gatsy is it's adjective form. Therefore, "Gatsy "No!" is symbolic of Vishnu of the Hindu Faith. The tenth avatar (incarnation of Vishnu) is due to arrive, whose coming will herald the end of the world as we know it. When He arrives, He will be recognized as the 10th avatar of the Hindu faith, the Second Coming of Christ of the Christian faith, the First Coming of Christ of the Jewish faith, and the final Buddha of the Buddhist faith. HIs appearance in the world will end the secular focus of humanity (axing Nile biz, which is to say, destroy the business of the Pharaoh). Bobby T.

This Poem was Critiqued By: arnie s WACHMAN On Date: 2004-01-05 12:53:25
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 9.31250
Well Bob, this is way beyond me. Normally I would skip over something like this, but I just thought you would like to know this from a simpleton like myself!

This Poem was Critiqued By: Irene E Fraley On Date: 2003-12-25 12:07:13
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 9.66667
Hi Robert, There is so much here packed into so little that I am amazed. I doubt that many will have a clue as to what it's about without the notes, and I'm sure that many will turn it off as soon as they read the first few lines, but for those of us that stick it out and really study it it is an amazing piece. I'm going to print this out and work on understanding it. Poetry like this always intrigues me, and I can see where someone would associate this with the 17th century poets with their "universal sensibilities." Thank you for poesting this. I couldn't write like this with my life at stake, but anything that brings to mind "The Tale of the Rood" as an unconscious association should be more closely studied. Have a wonderful Christ's Mass, Rene
This Poem was Critiqued By: Claire H. Currier On Date: 2003-12-17 07:01:43
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 9.81818
You certainly are a man of much talent my who is not afraid to put forth something for the world th share. I appreciate the posting of this piece, I appreciate the explanations which follow. One can learn so much if they pay attention to what you post. Again, thank you for sharing, be safe and God Bless, Claire
This Poem was Critiqued By: April Rose Ochinang Claessens On Date: 2003-12-17 02:48:01
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 10.00000
bobby, nice try and i appreciate the effort in explaining the whole thing. but i would have appreciated it more if instead of writing all these explanations, you should have written lines that do not need all these in the first place.well, theres always the next time. God bless. april
This Poem was Critiqued By: madge B zaiko On Date: 2003-12-16 01:23:09
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 8.83333
MY GOODNESS!!!! I am dizzy with the explaination of the poem... It reminds me of modern art... I don't quite understand what it is until it's explained to me. So then, it is your explaination that is the true art ... not the piece itself...The endeavor and dedication to saying this and doing this is YOUR real ART. And, it's delightful to have been one of your witnesses. BLessings -madge
This Poem was Critiqued By: Leo Wilder On Date: 2003-12-10 13:12:47
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 1.00000
Robert, This is probably pretty cool, but it is unfortunate that you spent so much time explining what you had written. However, I would likely never venture to write such a piece. Leo
This Poem was Critiqued By: Mark Steven Scheffer On Date: 2003-12-09 17:54:09
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 10.00000
Bobby T, I wonder: is there no hidden mathematical formula in this Kabbala piece? You know, the letter Z equals 400, the letter I equals 27, the total number of Zibeline equals x, which is the number for . . . If there is no mathematical formula, why the hell not? Maybe next time. The Acolite
This Poem was Critiqued By: Jordan Brendez Bandojo On Date: 2003-12-05 22:12:20
Critiquer Rating During Critique: 10.00000
What is this Bobby? What an amazing piece! A palindrome? Ok, I got the definition: a word, phrase, verse, or sentence that reads the same backward or forward. Ah, that's why the title is "POP"! I got it! SMILE. Just got excited with this one. And this one contains a deep, spiritual truth? Ok, let me try to solve the puzzle! Zibeline X, a (O!) nystagmus, Ok, I got your first line! Without your additional notes, my head would have cracked to unravel the meaning of that word of phrase! You sometimes, I don't like the conveyance of X for Christ. I mean, 'x' letterally connotes negative or 'out' like ex-girlfriend, triple x which means porn?,,,etc. On the other hand, ex means superb like extraordinary, exemplary, etc. Anyway, X to represents Christ is becoming universal. Oh, the second line is interesting! Woven Canon Ezra job....woven by God? rebuilding the temple? Oh, this should be a great work if that is so! A departed Ibis...So, I think this work is in reference to Greek, the language? Where can I find all these informations? Proto Symthex Indexing? Knowing that this is relating to a certain program in computer, my interest is boiled up. I mean, you seem to relate the new days of Anno Domini to this modern day of us! I like computers by the way. My work right now is in computers specifically hardware. Another interesting thought is the association of Muslim world. Ok, to sum up, what is the thought?...Hmmm...Christ is coming back?.... Alright, I really have a fantastic day reading one. I mean, this has a serious theme, but the form is what gets me excited! Thanks, Bobby! By the way, congratulations for your 'The Last Conflict'. It scores high! Jordan
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