Light is a particle and light is a wave.

Light has waves. Spheres cannot show a wave pattern. Therefore light is not a single sphere. Light must contain some irregularities of shape in order to be able to act as a wave. I wonder if this agglomeration happens in an even smaller context? The theory that I have now is that light has a small mass and that even in its smallness is still an agglomeration of closely packed fundamental mass particle moving at escape velocity c.