Oh, Einstein, couldn't you see tragedy,
In the search for the ultimate order?
While from Hitler's perfection flowed a blood red sea,
Couldn't you tell what would lie at the void's border?
Remember Hamlet's outrageous fortune?
Did you see what they did to Socrates?
And how Ahab's quest led him to ruin?
How consciousness was lost by good Nietzsche?
Did you not expect, the ultimate law,
would show that there is no law to be found?
Oh, Einstein, it's nothing new, quantum's flaw:
At the base of man's monuments there's no ground.
For the highest order is orderless,
Tragedy is there's naught behind greatness.