In each thing there are three things.
From two things a third one is wooed,
which combined to the first two
push forth a fourth that brings
out a single thing, the only Thing.
The rest is, of course, nothing.
However, even this nothing
when seen standing askew
may, it too, become a thing:
depending on your point-of-view.
And whenever that happens
we no more see in our biased fashion.
the sun can be the drugstore to hell or
the backdoor to heaven.
Many enigmas to analyze,
many amphibologies* to circumcise,
complications that indicate
the one and only predicate,
the proposition asserting the naughty Thing.
* A phrase or sentence that is grammatically ambiguous