Martin Ritzinger, Mathematical Phenomena, 190113
Family of the algebraic tree,
Order through your offspring of three,
Branch all equivalence,
Ordered nature unite in remembrance.
Wonder precedes split,
With wonder wisdom is knit,
Question your first branch mild,
Reflexivity is Equivalence’s closest child.
Split our tree of moments,
Echo futures past comments,
Balance branching at present,
Symmetries of pain and joy descend.
Through your first born your future reflect,
If three branches back project,
Middles balance images of the Real,
Action balanced for now and then appeal.
If branches in Transitivity intersect,
If Symmetry mirrors cause-effect,
If Reflexivity balances the different,
Then Logos and Doxa are equivalent.