Nassy Fesharaki (1947 - ) was born into the rugged mountains of Iran, but destiny took him to the snow-capped Canada. Travelling widely has helped him acquire a cosmopolitan outlook, vis-à-vis an encounter with diverse cuisines, cultures, and citizens. Fesharaki takes pride in calling himself a member of humanity sans borders. Quite naturally, his poems journey through time and space. Fesharaki regards his poems as grounded on reality. “One and Many” gives us a sneak-peek into a poet’s take on the God-particle. In the spirit of Arthur Schopenhauer he concludes, “monkey is trees, you are I”.