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The Bard Meets Einstein.....

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Mike
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0 posted 12-02-1999 02:26 PM       View Profile for Mike   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Mike

Time doth stand still, whilst thou art in mine arms,
The moon itself, doth cease to cross night's skies,
As Luna's light cedes to thy welkin charms,
In wond'rous awe, beauteous sparkle of thine eyes.

Great idea, though I've got to tell you Will,
You're fancy words, I fear they are for naught,
I've given thought, to having time stand still,
The concept's mine, original you're not.

Who art thee knave, who speaketh in strange tongue,
How hast thee nerve, to name great bard as Will?
From forth mine lips, sweet odes of love art sung,
I fear thy thoughts, with bats thou belfry fill.

Now listen hear, you crazy English fop,
Some sweet thing's eyes, as if a person cared,
Will never cause, Big Ben, his hands to stop,
For stop of time, e=mc2.

Prepare to arms, thee fool with frazzled hair,
Mine sword is drawn, with sharpened edge shall kill,
Demented twit, to duel I do thee dare,
Upon yon ground, thy useless blood shalt spill.

Beg to differ, my fancy English friend,
Who sits there with such snootyish aplomb,
For is not I, that will to Hades wend,
For I am called, father of atomic bomb.


[This message has been edited by Mike (edited 12-02-1999).]
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1 posted 12-02-1999 03:35 PM       View Profile for E.Fudd   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for E.Fudd

An interesting concept , the relative juxtaposition of these two re-arranged by the the removal of limiting factors (such as time and space).As both participants have long left our somewhat limited dimension ,I would have to give you a medium on a scale of well done .

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Heh Heh Heh Heh Heh

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2 posted 12-02-1999 04:04 PM       View Profile for Ohme   Email Ohme   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Ohme

This is a jewel.
Mike
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3 posted 12-02-1999 07:43 PM       View Profile for Mike   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Mike

I am aghast E. Fudd... I am only acquainted with one position and don't believe in juxta-ing.... and certainly not with an English poet.
Sincerely, A. Einstein. (hehe)


danke Ohme
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4 posted 12-02-1999 07:47 PM       View Profile for Denise   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Denise

Creative, delightful! I enjoyed this very much, Mike!

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5 posted 12-02-1999 10:58 PM       View Profile for Nan   Email Nan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Nan's Home Page   View IP for Nan

Geesh, Mike.... iambic pentameter and all...
 
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