sumless

sumless

(ˈsʌmlɪs)
adj
literary uncountable, incalculable
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the sedentary earth, That better might with far less compass move, Served by more noble than herself, attains Her end without least motion, and receives, As tribute such a sumless journey brought Of incorporeal speed, her warmth and light; Speed, to describe whose swiftness number fails.
reasoning I oft admire How Nature wise and frugal could commit Such disproportions, with superfluous hand So many nobler bodies to create, Greater so manifold to this one use, For aught appears, and on their orbs impose Such restless revolution day by day Repeated, while the sedentary earth That better might with far less compass move, Served by more noble than herself, attains Her end without least motion, and receives As tribute, such a sumless journey brought Of incorporeal speed, her warmth and light; Speed, to describe whose swiftness number fails.
These sumless parents, two and null, make one Queen of Quotient, who adds her x to none.