There are no lines in nature.
All thought occurs in lines.
There are many lines
But all lines tend toward a single line:
This tendency is the texture of thought.
A line has no structure: it is itself tendency (élan).
Structures are lines—
In the indiscernibility of matter and form.
There are many lines—
Of words, steel, melodies, fields, worlds, and flight.
A line is not the terminus of a surface
But a plane is the limit of a line:
As the transformation of the insistence of a line to the existence of a point
(There is thus a stratification of point, line, and plane).