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Cornfedtrouble: Departing on the Good Ship Integer

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Saturday, November 17, 2007

Departing on the Good Ship Integer


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So ewe been to the party,
Met some voices and styles
Mixed in texture and crunch.
Some cream cheese
Red tomatoes
Bits of bacon and spice
All very nice.
Like a church recipe book
Everyone contributes,

& dissolves into the broth.
Tastes bud satiated?
Is it time to go
(Look around
Grab a cookie or two)
For the big X ?
Break the link, it’s
Not as hard as you think.

■ The hillocks have eroded
■ Paths a bit dusty
■ Surprises have dwindled
Like dew at mid morning,
Gone.
Hardly noticed.
Lost without any words.


It is past midnight,
Overtime,
One moon cycle complete.
The yin yang mirror faces
Bid farewell.
{No prompt needed !}

My thanks to the numbers in this poem ... 29, 24, 9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,0
Come along on the good ship Integer and see what lies below.


Other voyages of discovery on Today's date

1869
The Suez Canal is opened to navigation in Egypt after more than 10 years of construction. The canal links the Mediterranean and the Red seas.

1913
The first vessels pass through the Panama Canal.

1970
The Russian Luna 17 spacecraft lands an eight-wheeled lunar vehicle on the moon.


A beginning on the back story: Are we missing a dimension of time?

According to Bars, the familiar four dimensional world we see around us is merely a "shadow" of the six-dimensional reality, just as a hand makes many different shadows on a wall when lit from different angles.

Although we cannot experience the extra time dimension directly, we can effectively notice it through the different perspectives of the different "shadows".

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2 Comments:

Blogger Jo said...

Wow, another interesting write from you. Happy Thanksgiving!

2:37 PM  
Blogger aka Danny Wise said...

Tis is not just poetry, this is information!

3:43 PM  

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