VOID ( VOID ( POINT ( PLANE ) ) )
VOID ( VOID ( POINT ( SOLID ) ) )
In the backward movement of this second sequence of five verses, the dimensionless point is seeking a return to its original state and a resolution of its phantom existence through obliteration. Contra-wise, in the forward movement the point may find itself positioned an infinitesimally small distance away from its original starting point, rendering it twice as imaginary and infinitesimally more real.
The closer the moment of impact, as the three dimensions contract into two, the two into one and then finally collapsing into a condition of non-dimensionality, the more these two motions would appear to be increasingly and exponentially connected. All or nothing, the one and zero, identical yet distinct conjectures, the indetermination of this thought requires the state of the dimensionless construct to choose one condition or the other. In the event it can choose neither.
The boundary and inner concentric rings imply a three-dimensional field approaching realisation. All that remains to be done is to contract the rings one step further. In the final verse the number of outer points are reduced to none, leaving the central locus untouched. The final ring coinciding with this central location, reinforcing the conceit of an imaginary point endowed with the potential for actualisation.