People: Copernicus Poternicus, how come you deserted us? We thought you would return with us from the megalopolis. Copernicus: I could have predicted this confusion by contradicting your conclusion, but you inflicted a contusion on my delicate constitution. Ay, ay, ay! My cardiac! My tympanum! My scholastic, core curriculum! My endoplasmic (poor) reticulum! And […]
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I walked my walk up to a house of glass and up the crystal stairs that gleamed and shined with sun. I walked up to a house that was my life, and hardly knew what I had done. – The walls were mirrored: reflecting, liquid worlds, that whirled around their world: my presence at their […]
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His love is never broken with His law. The sin of man would carve the rift that tears Away the earth from her Creator and draw The ugly marks that curse all our affairs: The poison, Self, polluting love; the gift Of children intertwined with pain; the rust Of tools discouraging our work; the swift […]
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