Einstein’s Violin

He didn’t sing about the master mind

Consumed with gravity, physics, space and time.

He sang about what the left brain did

When Einstein played his violin.


He said he wondered what would have come

Had Albert applied his theories to Love.

He sang about lives that attract and explode

About the principles of  ‘to have and to hold’.


His song imagined a universe beyond

Where splintered worlds would fuse and get along

If time expended on nuclear theory

Had been equally spent on social engineering.


But my right lobe thought he missed the mark

When he didn’t connect the mind with the heart

I wanted a song about the gravity pull

Of Lust’s chain reaction on atomic fuel


I wanted to hear about Love’s mass and matter

And the forces that bring two bodies together

When theory and science and dreams coexist

And hearts fall in love at the speed of a kiss.

Albert Einstein playing the violin. Circa 1941

About Wayne to the Max

Active writer, dancer, traveler, Christian and father, aviation enthusiast, photographer, music lover and a DJ, hiker, Harley driver and fine wine drinker. My digital photo artist page: www.WayneToTheMax.com
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