The Trinity - E = mc^2 (Sonnet) One Godhead comprised of three separate or interchangeable entities.
copyright Pau 2-098-293, "The Trinity," dated June 17, 1996
copyright Pau 3-141-023, "The Trinity," dated August 13, 2007
E = mc^2 , where
E = Energy - God (Father)
m = mass - Jesus Christ (Son)
c = speed of light - Holy Spirit (Mother)
The ball of light that sweeps the sky may be
transformed to energy for they are one.
We cannot look upon it maybe He
said, 'Do not look directly at the Sun.'
And so, He came as mass and briefly stayed
among us, advocating truth and love.
Then He was resurrected; on that day,
transfigured to the Father up above.
We know that Einstein's formula was right;
yet, comprehend his depth of theory,
as we expire into spheres of light
and mass reverts back to pure energy.
Each moon now formed contains the soul of one,
redeemed in revolutions 'round the Son.