Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Tonight is a wonderful night for science

At the waves of moonlight
are also particles
In warm August night
We shout Principian expletives
And act so biological

You quiet my dissertation
you may interject
In eccentric flirtation
That you adore the color light
My eyes choose to reflect

Twisting your mouth into a grin
the sodium chloride I lick
Leaves wet patches on your skin
And we fall asleep slowly
To the hum of plate tectonics

There has never been
A better night for science

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