Brotherly love is the ideal
Of the atomic-wavicle Church,
A positive emotionality diffused
Throughout Christian humanity
And thereby rendered impersonal.
Love for another person
In a non-diffused positive emotionality
Is, by contrast, the reality
Of the neutron-wavicle Church,
An impure love of the sexes,
Possessive and selective,
Attractive and reactive.
Free love, however, is the reality
Of the neutron-particle State,
And it signifies a 'fall' from
The non-diffused emotional love for another person
Of the neutron-wavicle Church
To the diffused bodily love
Of sexual promiscuity
In a love of other selves which, at the level
Of the electron-particle State, becomes
A non-diffused love of phenomenal self.
Spiritual love is, by contrast,
The ideal of the electron-wavicle Centre,
A love of noumenal self
That yet transcends the individual
In the collective consciousness of pure mind.
If love for another
Is the neutron-wavicle relativity,
Then love of noumenal self
Is the electron-wavicle absolutism,
With the neutron-particle relativity
Of free-loving phenomenalism
And the electron-particle absolutism
Of love of phenomenal self coming in-between.