Monthly Archives: February 2015

Roboticists Take Note

If Pam the Dog were still alive Today she would be forty-five. As it should happen, that’s about Her “dog years” age when she checked out In nineteen-double-seven, when A mongoose — true — attacked her chin And pierced a … Continue reading

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(Few / Many) – 1 < 0

The Needs of Few divided by The Needs of Many yields what I Suppose is called a proper fraction, From which One’s a gross subtraction. Prosperous, he did live long Enough to write the Bilbo song, So logic dictates that … Continue reading

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Geometric Progression

There comes a point at which one’s youth Might be considered to have passed. This may not correspond, in truth, To Total Years on Earth Amassed. A case in point: I’m fifty years Behind my Grandmama in age But still … Continue reading

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Bioengineering

As one who’d likely lose his skull Were it not fastened on with bone And sinew, skin, the odd blood vessel… Can I grow a mobile phone?

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Infinicky

I remember Morris. He Was finicky on our TV When I was little. He survives In memory because 9Lives (The only brand he deigned to eat) Retrieved him from a shelter. Sweet. I think of Morris now and then And … Continue reading

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Planning To Plan

Here’s a thought: I’ll plan ahead In case I’ve got A comfy bed That’s calling me To sleep, not write. I’ll plan ahead… But not tonight.

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Unforgettable

Thanks to Glen Campbell (Who’s not gonna miss me), I’m Not gonna not weep

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