Love And Entropy - Poem by Deliot Taylor
You give your coins to the pool
then wish to own a fountain someday
then I give you Paris, and then I give you Paris
one hundred times. How about New Zealand?
there are rings of gold
but I’ve seen the winners
and the entropy of their prizes
and I ask you to seek the permanent
the only truth we know
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