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Margaret Cavendish (Маргарет Кавендиш)


A World Made By Foure Atomes


SHarpe Atomes Fire subtle, quicke, and dry,
The Long, like Shafts still into Aire fly.
The Round to Water moist, (a hollow Forme,)
The Figure square to heavy dull Earth turne.
The Atomes sharpe hard Mineralls do make,
The Atomes round soft Vegetables take.
In Animals none singly lye alone,
But the foure Atomes meet, and joyne as one.
And thus four Atomes the Substance is of all;
With their foure Figures make a worldly Ball.
Thus the Fancy of my Atomes is, that the foure PrincipallFigures,
as Sharpe, Long, Round, Square, make the foure Elements;not that
they are of severall matters, but are all of one matter,onely their se-
verall Figures do give them severall Proprieties; so likewisedo the
mixt Figures give them mixt Proprieties, & their several composures
do give them other Proprieties, according to their Formesthey put
themselves into, by their severall Motions. This I do repeate,that
the ground of my Opinion may be understood. 



Margaret Cavendish's other poems:
  1. What Atomes Make The Wind Collick
  2. What Atomes Make Death
  3. Of Sharpe Atomes
  4. Motion Directs, While Atomes Dance
  5. The Weight Of Atomes


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