The quantum physicist Henry Stapp has said that he believes that "there will be near-unanimous agreement among quantum physicists that, to the extent that a rationally coherent conception of physical reality is possible, this reality will be informational in character, not material." (5) So it may not be dreaming to discern that a movement's candescence
and drive to succeed will first emerge in people's minds.
By contrast, Wright develops a style of prayer-poetry more akin to that of Hopkins, a priest-poet he calls "God-gulped and heaven-hidden," adapting his alliterative compounds and apostrophizing him in his own diction, "Father Candescence
" and "Father Fire." (2) Oppen and Gluck poeticize prayer under the sign of litotes, or understatement, and Wright does so, like Hopkins, with rhetorical opulence; if their poems restrain trope and anthropomorphism, his abound with extravagant, almost baroque figurations of landscape, affect, and an absent God; if theirs approximate silent or mental prayer, subduing verbal music, his are written in strongly cadenced lines rich with sonic patterning.
Main export items in the first quarter included: vegetables and fruits (31% in overall exports to Kazakhstan), electric energy - 19.8%, milk and diary products - 11.8%, corrugated packaging - 5%, candescence
lamps - 1.7%, cars - 3.7%, live animals - 2.3%, items made of stone, cement, gypsum - 2.3%, plastic items - 2.9%, furniture - 1.7%, drinks - 1.4%.
Then out the door they go Into bright candescence
Or dark indifference.
The warm air released odours of wet dust and citrus groves and for years those same smells, a strain of music, the white dancing candescence
of light on the sea with a Greek blue sky pouring into it--invariably they brought the memory of her welling and I punished myself proportionately for my loss.
, an Arizona-based candle manufacturer, has recently found success with a line of fountains that incorporates its products.