4ever we see(k)
e(igh)ternity’s head stand
& ONE tied
to the 5-pointed star;
is that really
all there is?
if 1and6 is me, i need another one of these ~
but that’s a different story.
“What do you say, Valenzetti?
Are we Lost,
hitchhiking the Galaxy?”
… but the answer is always
… a rather cryptic one for Laurie Kolp’s prompt about numbers over at dVerse.
Hope you enjoy nonetheless!
What’s your number? Come and join us at the bar!
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39 thoughts on “42.”
…This is interesting though i’m still struggling at some comprehension issues… i am still no good in english… hihi… smiles…
Ah, it’s cryptic… maybe a little too cryptic… heh. Thanks for the visit, Kelvin – and your english is superb… it is probably just my confusing mind that causes trouble… heh.
As an ex-Neopagan and a Douglas Adams fan, this is best poem I’ve ever read!
wow, this is high praise – I am speechless. Thank you!
🙂 Its true!
…and a damn site better than that Vogon stuff too!
great one Miri–and I personally think science and poetry go hand-in-hand. Much of my stuff is inspired by scientific thought.
thank you JC 🙂 poetry and science are siblings, for sure…