As an approximate primal solution,
we take the Minimizer
of the Lagrangian Dream;
I see under this, Equality –
Here The Stream foams and swirls
among jagged rocks of inquiry –
dual demons of identity
demonstrate form ,
a convex effort guarantees
that dual optimization of Self.
We derive error boundaries
for this approximate primal solution –
a mass of big-beliefed vines,
flowering and fragrant,
towering jungle giants,
explicit convergences –
the primal iterates of memory –
so long ago,
so long ago,
just a whisper,
a question unanswered
by news bytes
Anger in first-order are clouds of unreason;
Be explicit when evaluating the dual gradient,
the soft swish of bearded moss,
the strange rustle of palms,
the dreamy hum of the languid jungle,
Admits the Shade of Solitude.
Convergence for assumptions ,
they are blind.
They constrain in senseless classes,
rated unworthy in the eyes
of the fearful ignorant masses –
Two methods set,
established linear global barriers,
Walls of hatred to keep out
The high yellow bank,
Bare of sympathy,
There’s no outlet,
Just a sensation –
Feel now an expansive primal sleep
whose hold grates,
The only convergence,
The Continuity of We;
Duality is a drugged sleep;
Iterates locally of have and have not.
Dozing over paper editorials,
Convergence in large-scale forests
Of this and that,
including primal constraint,
This studying of that inequality problem
the circle of Calais,
Calculating the Primal Convergence
requires balancing the equations of fear.
Q → ℝ over the time axis ℝ.
Q = ℝ × M if a reference frame is fixed.
In classical field theory,
all field systems are the Lagrangian ones.
A Note on Process: I started with the image, which I titled Primal Convergence. Checking that phrasing googled by path to Convergence analysis of approximate primal solutions in dual first-order methods , Lipschitz continuity, and Lagrangian system. I used the Dada Poem Generator to play with the text. I then incorporated some lines and phrases from Ken Ward in the Jungle by Zane Grey(1912) . As I sculpted the text and worked word choices, the themes of The Other and selective memory came up, as they often do in my poetical puttering about. The mathematical/engineering terms became a metaphor/imagery of the logical order of moving materials & people in contrast to the intense emotions surrounding the crisis in immigration & refugees ( the current form of this cyclical crisis/social issue ). Hopefully the specifics of the terms do not get in the way of the overall metaphorical associations.
The image that started this off now has a different context – the primal core now suggests the fears and uncertainty facing both the refugees and those resistant to allowing them entry. The languid to swinging jazz of Sidney Bechet’s performance of Egyptian Fantasy (1941) becomes an ironic musical commentary documenting the flight of the refugees.