Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

Fulfilment of All their Dreams… Poem by Margaret Alice


Dunne’s theory is that there is a time one, two
and three – ad infinitum – with an infinite
number of me’s corresponding to each

Well, maybe it makes sense then that I have to
greet myself as Nile-Crocodile, comprising
Alice, Cinderella, and le Petit Prince

With invisible friends: Belladonna, Marguerite
and Mary-Ruadh, manifestations ad infinitum –
confirming the theory of the Multiverse

Where there is room for each of them – as well
as the fulfilment of all their dreams…

Submitted: Saturday, September 29, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011
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  • Rookie - -1 Points Ivan Donn Carswell (9/29/2007 3:15:00 PM)

    Margaret, all multiverses have their multiples hence no need to rationalise. But a catchy poem anyway. Regards, Ivan (Report) Reply

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