Some order off the menu
I fancy what I can fancy;
I imagine whatever I imagine
And science delivers.
Give me a
with drops of venom on the side
just enough to kill a full-grown gorilla.
Then I’ll try a portion of nearly translucent,
made of hexagonal prismic plate crystals
into a dazzling fire rainbow.
Follow that with hundreds of hyper-velocity stars
spit from the galaxy’s center,
millions of years ago
moving more than a million miles an hour
careening through a galaxy
that is held together by
cosmically-aged cold dark matter.
Top it all off with
various flavors of increasingly attractive quarks and anti-quarks:
color charges (red, green, blue),
and electric charge
various palatable forms
from simple, garden variety protons and neutrons
to Sigma-sub-bees and Xi-sub-bees
to highly anticipated anti-matter anti-hypertritons.
I imagine what I imagine
and it’s just a matter of time
before science delivers.
What cannot be imagined
will not be.
What cannot be,
will not be imagined.
No price is too high
No wait is too long,
being on good terms
with the head chef
some notable advantage.
Comments on: "science delivers" (4)
I really enjoyed this! Accessible, fun and humorous.
Amazingly enough I saw a small fire rainbow while driving on the freeway this morning. When I exited and continued driving in the same direction it had vanished. Conditions were not textbook conditions to see such a sight (even though it was just a patch and not an arc) so was very pleased!
I love this. It reads really well and the verses concerning the clouds and space are beyond amazing. Great work.
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